Bounded by Wythe Avenue, North 15th Street and Banker Street, the building will include a combination of light manufacturing, office and retail.
A pair of new towers, both featuring giant murals, are planned for a busy stretch on the border of Crown Heights and Prospect Heights.
The developer, which was also involved in the controversial closing of Rivington House, plans nearly 500 apartments, retail and a medical office.
The joint statement came after a behind-the-scenes rift between the two agencies due to concerns over the polluted site where a 100 percent affordable housing complex is planned.
Marvel Architects is behind the design, and the renderings they presented at the meeting show a sleek yet jagged building with interesting angles.
Citing the difficulties of accessing virtual community meetings for those without Internet access, a Brooklyn judge upheld a temporary restraining order against the controversial Spice Factory rezoning.
Neighbors on Kent Avenue, the projects reach over 20 stories each and will include hundreds of apartments as well as office space.
After a developer pledged to include apartments for low-income residents but not to build a homeless shelter, the plan got a major boost Tuesday.
Prospect Heights community board members pushed back against a developer’s plans to construct an 18-story, 316-unit apartment complex.
A recent virtual public meeting about the controversial development was capped at only 100 participants although 50,000 people signed a petition opposing the towers.