The so-called BAM Cultural District is getting closer to becoming a reality: Just a few months after the 52-story skyscraper at 250 Ashland Place topped out, the Two Trees tower known as BAM South has followed suit, recently hitting its full 32-story height. A spokesperson also confirmed new details about the rental to Curbed; it's expected to be finished by the summer, with move-ins expected this fall.
As you can see, the structure's black-and-white facade is in the process of being installed, but it's about 20 percent of the way there. One of the triangular pedestrian plazas that's a feature of the design is also taking shape.
It's made significant progress since last summer, which also means that leasing will start to happen soon: According to a spokesperson, the building's 76 affordable units will enter the housing lottery in the spring, with leasing for the rest of the market-rate rentals to follow in the summer. It's all happening!
· 52-Story Tower in Brooklyn's BAM Cultural District Tops Out [Curbed]
· All BAM South Coverage [Curbed]