The way developer Marshall Weisman recently told it, his phone's been ringing off the hook with calls from potential buyers for units in his 75 Clinton Street condo conversion. Now those callers can finally get an idea of what they might be buying. That tiny rendering above is architect Ed Rawlings' vision for the 80-unit 75 Clinton, which involves doing away with the horizontal strips on the exterior, adding balconies, and using light brown and orange European terra cotta (fancy!) for the facade. The building will also be family-friendly, the project team tells the Brooklyn Eagle, which in this case is code for hallways wide enough for two strollers to pass each other and bathrooms designed for baby-bathing. Anyone got larger images? Pass 'em along.
· New Renderings Reveal Transformation of Heights Commercial Building [BK Eagle]
· 75 Clinton Street coverage [Curbed]