ODA New York is bringing this jagged donut of a structure to Bushwick's Rheingold Brewery site. The rental building, which has been graced by its first renderings (h/t The Real Deal), will be the largest at the 10-site development and amongst the largest in the neighborhood with 392 apartments spread over 400,000 square feet. The building will span most of the full block bounded by Montieth and Forrest streets and Bushwick Avenue, and will go by the address of 10 Montieth Street. Not to be outdone by its neighborhood competitors like the unintentionally self-parodying CastleBraid, 10 Montieth will also come with over-the-top amenities like a 25,000 square-foot planted rooftop walking/hiking path, a 19,000-square-foot interior courtyard, urban farming areas, a climbing wall, a screening room, and co-working spaces.
One benefit brought by the building's jutting design is that it will allow half of the apartments to have outdoor space. The building will have 123 studios, 228 one-bedroom apartments, and 41 two-bedroom apartments. Twenty percent of the building's rentals will be priced below market rate. The site is being developed by Simon Dushinsky of Rabsky Group.
· Revealed: Simon Dushinsky's Rheingold Brewery project [TRD]
· ODA To Design Rental Building at Rheingold Brewery Site [Curbed]
· All Rheingold Brewery coverage [Curbed]