Boerum Hill's newest crop of rentals has been on the rise for a few months now, and the first details about what'll actually be inside the seven-story building have emerged. Developed by Quinlan Development Group and Lonicera Partners and designed by David Gross of GF55 Partners, 267 Pacific will house 60 rentals, with studios (up to 570 square feet), one-bedrooms (up to 950 square feet), and two-bedrooms (up to 1,100 square feet). Private outdoor spaces will be scattered among some of the 1 and 2 BRs. As for amenities, there will be 30 parking spots, bike storage, and a roof deck with entertaining space, a grill, and that all-important feature, a dedicated sunbathing area. Also, breathe a sigh of relief, because the
heretofore unseen new rendering above is nicer-looking than the one posted on construction scaffolding. Construction started in January 2013 and is expected to finish up in the late spring of this year. Next moves: a teaser site just went live, and leasing will start... soon.
267 Pacific's ground-floor retail space already has a tenant: trendy fitness studio The Bar Method.
Now, for the coolest part of the building: its mural. The developers commissioned a 50-foot x 50-foot piece for the side of the building. Called "Sign Language," the mural is by street artists Chris Stain and Billy Mode along with local youth arts group Cre8tive YouTH*ink. Inspired by street photographer Martha Cooper's classic image of a young boy climbing a street sign, the mural is still in progress but is almost complete.
Above and below, the shots a tipster sent in last week of the construction and the mural.
· 267 Pacific [teaser site]
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· All 267 Pacific Street coverage [Curbed]