Last year, one of Brooklyn's last stalled construction sites, 500 Sterling Place between Washington and Classon Avenues in Crown Heights, sold to a new developer, Silverstone Property Group. The site came with approved plans for a 35-unit building, but Silverstone decided they wanted to go bigger. So they did. Brownstoner spotted a rendering on the construction site, where the steel skeleton is currently rising, and the newest plans show that the building has more than doubled the number of units. It will now have 77 market rate rentals in 53,086-square-feet of space. ND Architecture and Design, whose previous work includes One Hunters Point, are the architects responsible for what you see above.
· Size of Luxury Rental Build in Crown Heights Doubles, Rendering Shows Boxy Build [Brownstoner]
· 500 Sterling Place coverage [Curbed]