A year after it was announced that Downtown Brooklyn was getting yet another residential tower, renders have been unveiled for the 25-story building set to rise at 210 Livingston Street, Real Estate Weekly reports.
The building will have a total of 368 apartments divided into studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms. Seventy-four, which is about 20 percent of all available units, will be affordable.
The project is being developed by Benenson Capital Partners and Rose Associates, the latter of which recently worked on the conversion of the art deco landmark, 70 Pine Street.
The new residential tower in Downtown Brooklyn, which is being designed by Handel Architects, will also contain 20,000 square feet of retail and underground parking. Amenities in the building include a landscaped terrace on the 15th floor, a rooftop with a grill area and a sun deck, a fitness center, and a lounge.
The project is expected to be complete in 2017.
Rose, Benenson secure $158 to build Brooklyn apartment tower [REW]
· The Next Tower To Rise In DoBro Will Be On Livingston Street [Curbed]