Downtown Brooklyn's mixed-use mega-development City Point is now well into its second phase, which is bringing a 19-story and a 30-story residential tower to the area bounded by Flatbush Avenue Extension and Fulton Street. The smaller of the two COOKFOX-designed towers will be priced completely below market rate. Together, they will bring 565,000-square-feet of housing and 660,000-square-feet of retail space to Downtown Brooklyn. Field Condition reports that the retail component, which will include CityTarget and an Alamo Drafthouse, has topped out, with the residential towers following suit by year's end.
Here's a reminder of what the project will look like when finished.
The tallest tower in the development will rise during phase three. It will be used for office space and housing. Phase one, which is wholly retail and anchored by Century 21, is complete. Phase two is expected to be complete in 2015.
· City Point Phase Two [Field Condition]
· City Point's First Residential Buildings Take Shape in DoBro [Curbed]
· All City Point coverage [Curbed]