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WeWork’s Brooklyn Navy Yard home gets its glassy, terraced facade

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The facade will be complete later this month, and the building will open this fall

Photos by Kevin Chu

Facade work on WeWork’s new Brooklyn Navy Yard home is scheduled to wrap later this month, and co-developers Rudin Management and Boston Properties have now shared a bunch of progress photos that offer new looks at the office building.

The 16-story building is located at Dock 72 at the Navy Yard, and will have a third of its space (222,000 square feet) taken up by WeWork, which is also co-developing the overall building. WeWork is also curating the vast number of amenities here including a health and wellness center, a conference center, multiple food and drink options, and outdoor amenities like a public lawn, a sun deck, and a basketball court.

Tenants in the building will also have access to 16,000 square feet of terraces spread out over six different floors. The new construction site photos also give us a better sense of the massive floorplates of the building that range from 42,000 square feet to 60,000 square feet; ceiling heights here rise to 14 feet.

The S9 Architecture-designed building is scheduled to open this fall. The interiors here are being designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture.