Both are part of Pacific Park, originally known as Atlantic Yards, the biggest and most controversial development project in Brooklyn in decades.
Using the address of 196 Willoughby Street, the mixed-use building, now called The Willoughby, has reached its maximum height of 34 stories.
Concrete pillars that form the base of the apartment building are in place, and the lower levels of a neighboring athletic facility and sports field are taking shape.
Eligible household incomes for these genuinely affordable apartments range between $14,983 and $79,440 a year for studios to three-bedrooms.
It was temporarily removed back in 2017 but the iconic 19th century mansard roof is peeking out from behind scaffolding at the Fulton Mall Macy's.
With occupancy expected in late 2019, the 79-story tower will be New Jersey’s tallest building upon completion.
Work is still under way, and new renderings have been released with the announcement that sales will launch later this year.
The scaled glass facade that faces Fulton Street is almost complete, and work on the rest of the building is progressing steadily.
The steel is rising at Macy's on Fulton Street.
Built in 1903, it was designed by Brooklyn architect Louis H. Voss and was the longest-running public bath in New York City.