Construction on the Rabsky Group’s 392-unit rental on a Rheingold Brewery site in Bushwick is well underway, and Brownstoner has now managed to uncover a host of new interior renderings for this quirky, jagged-donut looking building.
Located at 10 Montieth Street, the project is being designed by ODA New York with interiors by Durukan Design. Construction got underway last year, and when Brownstoner checked in with the project this past March, the proposed seven-story structure, was already six stories above ground. We’re waiting on word from the developer on where the project has reached at present.
Twenty percent of the project’s apartments will be affordable, and the rentals here will come in studios through two-bedrooms. The standout elements here however are the 25,000-square-foot rooftop planted hiking and walking path, the interior courtyard, and a climbing wall.
The new interior renderings reveal a very start-up-y and industrial vibe, which is basically the norm for new developments in Bushwick. This is just one of the several former Rheingold Brewery sites that are now being developed into residential units.
ODA New York is also the architect behind the project at 123 Melrose Street, which will bring between 800-900 new apartments to Bushwick.