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ODA New York’s sloping Bushwick rental starts to look more like its renderings

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The bright window frames really make the building stand out in the neighborhood

Via Field Condition.

ODA New York’s jagged-donut like building in Bushwick is looking more and more like its renderings, new construction site photos by Field Condition reveal. We last reported on this project, which is located at 10 Montieth Street, back in the summer of 2017, and at that time, the seven-story structure had just about topped out.

Now the building has mostly been clad in its facade, a combination of stark white panels and colorful window frames that makes the residential building really stand out in the neighborhood. The renderings for the project also show that the upper portions of the building will be fitted with a grayish-black brick, so that will likely take place in the coming months.

The Rabsky Group-developed rental building will feature a total of 392 apartments that will come in studios through two-bedroom variants, and 20 percent of these apartments will be offered as affordable rentals.

The standout element in this development however is the 25,000-square-foot sloping rooftop garden, and the massive interior courtyard. Construction is slated to wrap later this year.

Peek at the renderings below to see how similar they look to the soon-to-be-finished product:

Via ODA New York