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Prospect Heights rental The Brooklyn Zinc sheds its scaffolding

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The building’s 75 apartments are due to hit the rental market this month

Jess Dailey

The scaffolding has come down at The Brooklyn Zinc, a new Prospect Heights rental on St. Marks Avenue between Underhill and Washington avenues. A tipster hit up the Curbed inbox with photos of the building’s newly-revealed facade of corrugate zinc, from which the building at 313 St. Marks Avenue takes its name. According to PR language, the facade is “inspired by contemporary European architecture as well as the industrial heritage of the neighborhood.”

The rental building itself, of course, is rooted in the contemporary condition of the neighborhood, where pricey rentals and condos abound. Due to hit the market this month, The Brooklyn Zinc’s 75 rentals will range from studios starting at $2,400/month through three-bedrooms asking from $5,200/month. The building, developed by Industrie Capital Partners and designed by S3 Architecture, will also include some primo amenities like a landscaped roof deck with skyline views, a courtyard, parking, a gym, a screening room, and a pet spa.

Does it look like the rendering?
Brooklyn Zinc