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Weird, Cantilevering Office Building Headed to Williamsburg

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Developer Cayuga Capital Management and architect Cycle Cities are bringing the rare office building to Williamsburg, and they're really just going for it, with a design that looks like it may have been inspired by a haphazard stack of binders. Which, somehow, might not actually be a bad thing. NY YIMBY has the renderings, and an explanation from architect Tony Daniels, who writes, "We set out to design a building that was distinct from the kind of 'faux-factory' aesthetic that has characterized some recent Williamsburg development." The building, at 87 Wythe Avenue, will be 12 stories with retail on the lower levels and offices above, and the cantilevering design will allow for outdoor terrace space on each floor. 87 Wythe will join Two Trees's Domino project in being part of Williamsburg's new class of fancy office buildings.

· New Look: Williamsburg's Futuristic 87 Wythe Avenue [NY YIMBY]
· Cayuga Capital coverage [Curbed]