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Williamsburg's 456 Grand Street Reminds Us It's Still A Thing

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More than two years ago, a ceremonial groundbreaking took place for a project known as Triangle Court. The site of the 50-unit building (plus a diner and retail) is 456 Grand Street at the corner of Borinquen Place, once home to a gas station. The six-story building is designed by Koh Architecture, and the DOB shows a lot of active permits. We have no idea what the current state of the building is (if any kind souls living in the neighborhood would like to send us construction photos, that'd be swell), but MNS is starting to get the word out about the new units. BuzzBuzz Home spotted a teaser site and a preview listing on MNS that reveal the building will have one- and two-bedrooms renting for $2,000 to $6,000/month.
· Diners and rentals: East Williamsburg's 456 Grand Street Releases Teaser [BBH]
· 456 Grand Street [official]
· Contaminated Williamsburg Site Getting 50 Rentals and a Diner [Curbed]