Tall doors and white oak floors maximize the natural light, while thermally treated casement windows minimize the cold winter drafts.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously this morning to designate the building in Sunset Park.
Other perks include a hot tub, steam room, sauna, roof deck with fireplace, grills, communal lounge and dining areas, events and classes, and 24-hour concierge.
In the heart of Williamsburg, a 13-story luxury residential condo tower from developers Adam America and the Naveh Shuster Group is nearing completion.
The first new tower under construction at the former Domino Sugar factory site is rising at 325 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg. Developed by Two Trees Management and designed by SHoP Architects, the mega-development is one of the most unusual projects under construction in Brooklyn.
A Brownstoner reader who lives in Williamsburg was incensed to receive a letter urging him to sell his townhouse.
“It makes my blood boil,” he told Brownstoner.
The ongoing love affair between Brooklyn and Paris continues this month with the Williamsburg opening of a sister restaurant to Paris’s Algerian bistro Chez Omar.
A new affordable housing lottery has opened in Brooklyn, this time for 13 newly constructed units spread across Williamsburg and Bushwick.
L train shutdown be damned. One of the most ambitious — and attractive — Brooklyn office developments to come along in decades is betting on reshaping the geography of the city — and where the worker of the future lives, works, and plays — by giving startups a place to flourish in Williamsburg.
But first, the block-long development at 25 Kent Avenue has to go through the lengthy public approval process known as ULURP.
This South Williamsburg row house, at 64 South 4th Street, has been written up in both Dwell and Design Sponge, and for good reason. It’s a beaut, gorgeously renovated from top to bottom by Agencie Group architects.
The result is stylish, tasteful and warm, with impeccable rustic-tinged finishes. Features include wide-plank chestnut floors reclaimed from a Virginia barn, tin ceilings, exposed beams, and a glass wall at the rear of the parlor floor.