Architect Morris Adjmi is known for combining modern design elements with more traditional structures—see 837 Washington Street, with its peaked glass topper perched on a historic Meatpacking District building, or the old/new mix at Williamsburg's Wythe Hotel—so it's no surprise that his Boerum Hill condos at 465 Pacific Street would follow a similar formula. The 30-unit building, which recently launched sales, echoes its surroundings with a brick exterior, while the metal upper levels "pay homage to the historical ironworkers' neighborhood" (according to the architect, anyway). The renderings show open, airy units with large windows (some of which are double-height, depending on the apartment). There are also several "terrace duplexes" with private outdoor space, along with three penthouse units. Right now, there are six units available, ranging from a two-bedroom for $1.2 million to a three-bedroom with a private terrace for $2.4 million.