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L Haus Passes 51 Percent; Brooklyn Buildings Take Home Awards

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LONG ISLAND CITY?It's been about six months since we heard from L Haus, the LIC building with the sometime cabana freebies. How's it going, friend? Building reps tell us L Haus has passed the 51 percent sold mark, and an assortment of penthouses is new to the market. Above, a model unit. [CurbedWire Inbox]

BROOKLYN?Congratulations are in order to the 13 winners of this year's Building Brooklyn Awards, chosen by a panel of architects, planners, and city officials. Taking the top spot with an award for adaptive reuse is our old friend 184 Kent. Bringing up the rear is 'Burg blockbuster Mason Fisk. Check out the full list of winners below. [CurbedWire Inbox]
1. 184 Kent Avenue, Adaptive Reuse
2. Newton Creek, Civic and Institutional
3. Pratt Institute- Myrtle Hall, Education
4. Erasmus Hall High School, Historic Preservation
5. Brooklyn Brewery, Industrial
6. 28 Old Fulton Street, Interior Renovation
7. Brooklyn Ecopolis, Mixed Use
8. Phoenix Beverages, National Grid Award for Energy Efficiency
9. Brooklyn Bridge Park, Open Space
10. Wyckoff Exchange, Retail
11. The Domenech, Residential: Affordable
12. Clinton Rising, Residential: Low Rise
13. Mason Fisk, Residential: Multi-Family

184 Kent

184 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211 Visit Website

L Haus

11-02 49th Avenue, Long Island City, New York 11101 Visit Website