Architecture firm ODA has strayed beyond their favored stacked box concept with a newly-revealed design for a Downtown Brooklyn building that may rise at 436 Albee Square. If built, the 28-story tower will fall on Gold Street between Willoughby and Fulton streets, and will have 150 apartments across 120,000-square-feet of space with three stories of retail at its base, YIMBY reports. The project is being developed by an anonymous LLC.
If constructed, the building at 436 Albee Square will rise adjacent to the massive City Point project, which is in the midsts of its second phase and will bring some 700,000-square-feet of retail and at least 710 apartments to the neighborhood. Demolition permits have been filed for the two existing three-story buildings at the site.
· Revealed: 436 Albee Square [YIMBY]
· All 436 Albee Square coverage [Curbed]