The affordable units are a mix of studios through three-bedrooms.
The bright window frames really make the building stand out in the neighborhood.
The development is just one of several coming to the former brewery site.
At 115 Stanwix Street, plans also call for a 3,300 square-foot commercial facility on the ground floor of the building. It’s not yet clear how many, if any, of the units here will be affordable housing.
The new interior renderings reveal a very start-up-y and industrial vibe, which is basically the norm for new developments in Bushwick.
Back in November, foundation work was just getting underway at the site, and now the superstructure is six-stories above ground.
In Bushwick, residents have been campaigning for years now to get a greater amount of affordable units at the massive Rheingold Brewery redevelopment site. And for once a developer is following through.
The foundation is being poured for the "European village"-inspired development
In June, Eran Chen of ODA New York revealed plans for his firm’s 1 million-square-foot mixed-use development on the site of the former Rheingold Brewery in Bushwick, which will allegedly be inspired by a "European village."
All Year Management has revealed plans for a 1 million-square-foot rental that will take up one block of the Rheingold Brewery site. Architect Eran Chen of ODA says the building is inspired by a "European village."
The former Rheingold Brewery site in Bushwick comprises a 10-block radius in the neighborhood. Read Property Group owns a majority of parcels in this area, but of late has been divvying ownership among other developers as well.
The rooftop farm measuring about 165,000 square feet would have been the city's largest rooftop farm.