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Carroll Gardens' Ugly MTA Utility Building Will Go Condo

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The MTA recently sold off its eyesore of a Carroll Gardens utility building to developers Steven Haskell and Frank Raccuglia, and now The Brooklyn Paper has some intel on just what the dynamic duo wants on the spot: "a posh mixed-use building" from Grasso-Menziuso Architects. The firm is known for yellow condos in Queens; so far, DOB permits suggest the site's new owners want a four-story, eight-unit building, but there are no renderings yet. We do know the building won't, as feared when it first went on the market three years ago, become a McDonald's. Anyone know more? Head for the tipline.
· New owners say MTA's Smith Street shaft will be an eyesore no more [BK Paper]
· The Great Sell-Off [Curbed]

166 Smith Street

166 Smith Street, Brooklyn, NY