The gas station at 456 Grand Street has come a long way. Once a brownfield site in need of major decontamination, the triangular plot of land between Grand, Keap Street, and Borinquen Place near the entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge and the BQE has been transformed over the last three years. It's now home to a 52-unit rental building that just started leasing. The building once known as Triangle Court has eschewed that moniker for the straightforward 456 Grand, alluding it its perch on the dividing line between North and South Williamsburg. The new development is made up of mostly one- and two-bedrooms, many with outdoor space. Thirteen units are currently on the rental market, with one studio for $2,225, 1BRs from $3,175 to $3,675, 2BRs from $4,325 to $4,695, and the building's only 3BR for $6,000. Because of the building's irregular shape, many of the lines have unique floorplans. Amenities include two shared rooftop spaces, a small fitness center, a laundry room on every floor, and a parking garage below. There are some neato solar panels on the roof, too, which will power some of the common spaces. There are two open houses this weekend.
· 456 Grand Street [official]
· Listings: 456 Grand Street [MNS and StreetEasy]
· Previewing Long-Awaited Gas Station-To-Rentals 456 Grand [Curbed]
· All 456 Grand Street coverage [Curbed]