Say hello to the new 809 Broadway. This black and glass ODA-designed structure will soon replaced the 126-year-old building where Blatt Billiards used to reside between 11th and 12th Streets. The pool table manufacturer owned the building since 1972, but last year, they decided to sell the building. IDM Capital paid $24 million for the property, and filed plans in November to triple the five-story building's height. There was previously just a tiny rendering of the new structure, but now we have a better idea of what we'll see. The new building will host offices on floors two through eight and just three condosa full-floor unit, a duplex, and a triplexon the top floors. Filings with the Department of Buildings indicate that amenities include a gym and sauna, private storage, bike storage, a recreation room, and a dog washing room. All permits with the DOB are still pending, so construction has not yet begun.
· More new renderings arrive from ODA-designed 809 Broadway [BBH]
· All 809 Broadway coverage [Curbed]
· ODA Architecture [official]