The two buildings, designed by Handel Architects, will have some 800 apartments between them
The next phase of the Pacific Park megaproject is moving forward
Developer TF Cornerstone closed on two parcels, where it’ll build 800 new apartments
The developer has decided to ditch plans for a rental/condo mix and will go all rental.
Work on the tallest building at the 22-acre Brooklyn megadevelopment will begin in the spring of 2019.
It’s the last maisonette in the building to hit the market.
Greenland USA will stick to the original plan instead, which called for a residential building.
The all-affordable rental at 535 Carlton Avenue brings apartments for low- to middle-income New Yorkers to the market.
Greenland Forest City Partners, are set to launch the lottery this Friday on the all-affordable, 23-story tower at 38 Sixth Avenue, right next to the Barclays Center, and across from 461 Dean.
Almost a month after leasing got underway on the market-rate units at Pacific Park’s modular rental, 461 Dean Streets, the first set of residents are now set to move in to what developer Forest City Ratner Companies has called the world’s tallest modular building.
The two-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom unit comes with Miele appliances in the kitchen along with custom lacquer cabinetry, and the bathrooms are fitted with Carrara marble-topped vanities and flooring.
Some of the standout features in the apartments include floor-to-ceiling windows in the bedroom along with walnut floors and solar shades; and a Caesarstone countertop in the kitchen with an integrated dishwasher and microwave.
Some lucky few will one day enjoy find themselves enjoying these stunning views from 550 Vanderbilt's penthouse. As for the rest of us, this virtual reality videos will have to suffice.
The mega-developer announced that it would sell its modular arm, FC Modular, to a company called Full Stack Modular—which, interestingly enough, is headed up by Roger Krulak, who was once a bigwig at FC Modular.
Simply put, the megaproject formerly known as Atlantic Yards is truly, finally, becoming a thing. Curbed checks in on the site's progress as it prepares to welcome its first residents.
Just five months after 535 Carlton, the COOKFOX-designed rental building in the Pacific Park megaproject, topped out, its 298 units are going to hit the market. The lottery for those apartments opens tomorrow on NYC Housing Connect.
Today 38 Sixth Avenue, one of three SHoP-designed buildings at Pacific Park had its official topping-out ceremony, reaching its full height of 23 stories. When it opens, it will bring 303 below-market-rate rentals to the complex.
Although construction is still underway on the Pacific Park megaproject, it’s not impossible to get a taste of what the final product may look like. A virtual reality video simulates the experience of walking through the Brooklyn complex.
The day has finally arrived: The final modular unit was put into place at 461 Dean Street, the 32-story rental building within the Pacific Park megaproject, and the building is now officially topped out.
Leasing on the market rate units will begin sometime in the summer and residents will begin moving into the building sometime in the fall. The modular building features a total of 363 apartments and was designed by SHoP Architects.
The developers are looking to unload a stake in three buildings, but remain committed to seeing the project through.
Two buildings have been making rapid progress in terms of construction
The SHoP-designed building will stand 23 stories tall and have apartments that vary in size from studios to three bedrooms. Pacific Park's first fully affordable building at 535 Carlton Avenue topped out in February 2016. This building is expected to be complete by the end of 2017.
One of the planned office buildings would be the largest in Brooklyn.