Alloy Development's first-of-their-kind Dumbo townhouses are now ready to inhabit, Dezeen reports. For the project, Alloy demolished an old warehouse on a 4,600-square-foot plot on Pearl Street, and built a five-story building containing five townhouses. Four of the houses measure 3,049 square feet and have 664 square feet of outdoor space. The fifth, a corner unit, is 3,358 square feet with 695 square feet of outdoor space. Alloy worked as the developer and the architect on the project, which received praise from the Landmarks Preservation Commission when it was still in the approval stages for keeping with the industrial character of the neighborhood. All five houses quickly sold out after they came on the market in 2013 for anywhere between $4.1 and 4.725 million apiece.
· Alloy completes skinny townhouses in Brooklyn's most expensive neighbourhood [Dezeen]
· Inside Dumbo's First Houses, Now Available for $4.1M Apiece [Curbed]
· Dumbo's First Townhouses Win Landmarks Approval [Curbed]
· Dumbo Townhouses [Alloy]