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Sleepy Sheepshead Bay has become the unlikely home to a crop of new developments.
MTA operators will issue live updates on the subway, 1 Brooklyn Bay reaches a sales milestone, and two more things to know today.
Sales are now underway on Sheepshead Bay’s tallest building, 1 Brooklyn Bay, with one-bedroom apartments starting at $525,000.
Muss Development and AvalonBay announced plans to build a luxury condo building that will tower 30 stories over the low-slung neighborhood.
The outer Brooklyn neighborhood averages rent under $2,000 a month
Apartments here range in size from one-to-three-bedroom units with the smallest one at 720 square and the largest at just under 2,000 square feet. The project came about after developer, Rybak Development purchased the lot for $13 million in 2014.
Once complete, the Perkins Eastman-designed building will stand at 321 feet, making it four times taller than any of its surrounding buildings.
Work has commenced on the 321-foot tower planned for the low-rise South Brooklyn neighborhood of Sheepshead Bay. Here's an update on its construction.
Welcome to the Brooklyn Townhouse Roundup, where we - you guessed it - take a look at the most notable Brooklyn townhouses on the market.