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Adam America Building Condos with Day Care in Williamsburg

In a neat little encapsulation of the ways in which Williamsburg has changed over the past decade or so, a one-story brick structure (formerly the distribution center of the Porto Rico Importing Company) is being demolished to make way for a 13-story luxury condo tower with a day care taking up 8,500 square feet on the first and part of the second floor. Developer Adam America just released the first rendering of the building, being designed by architects ODA, on its website, which was then spotted by NY YIMBY. According to the description on the website, the "high-end condominium project will consist of 32 units ranging from studios to 3 Bedrooms," with amenities including a "fitness center, roof deck and a tenant lounge." Initial permits for the tower were disapproved in May, for reasons unknown. Demolition permits for the existing structure were approved in March. [UPDATE: Naveh Shuster Limited is co-developing the project.]


· Revealed: ODA's Revamped 190 South 1st Street [YIMBY]
· Adam America coverage [Curbed]
· ODA coverage [Curbed]