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Morris Adjmi Will Design a Short Downtown Brooklyn Mixed-Use Building

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The 14-story building will 47 apartments and ground-floor retail

A relatively short building is set to rise in a neighborhood increasingly populated by skyscrapers. The building in question is a planned 14-story, mixed-use building on Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn, YIMBY reports.

The Morris Adjmi Architects-designed building will include 47 apartments and over 5,000 square feet of retail on the ground floor, according to permits issued by the Department of Buildings.

The project is being developed by GPB Capital which went into contract on three vacant pieces of land on 211-215 Schermerhorn Street last summer, according to The Real Deal.

The apartments in this new building will average just under 1,500 square feet. Plans also call for a private roof deck for the top floor apartment as well as a rooftop recreational space adjacent to it for the rest of the residents.