Did you think we'd go an entire week without saying something about the (former) Old Dutch Mustard building in Williamsburg? Well, on this Friday afternoon, a special Curbed correspondent offers some information that allows us to get something in before the closing bell. The now empty property along Metropolitan Avenue looks like it's going to be the home of a six-story, 178,000 square foot building with 123 residential units. The architect on the project is listed as GreenbergFarrow, which got its start designing big box stores like Home Depot, but has since branched out considerably. Their current projects include the Toll Brothers 110 3rd and the Zinc Building. (The "featured project" on the architect's website, though, is a Target in the Bronx.) Oh, and there will be parking for 68 cars. Stay tuned for more details that will clarify why developer Steiner Equities was "behooved" to tear down Old Dutch. Anyone else with insight or--yes, please--renderings is invited to please be touch via our friendly, 24-7 tipline, firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Williamsburg Developer "Behooved" to Trash the Mustard [Curbed]