Designed by ODA Architecture, the building will make other nods to the past. The steel tracks that now run to the entryway will continue along the polished concrete lobby floor. A new two-story addition will be topped with large skylights designed to replicate the look and feel of the original glass-paned roof.
The building is mostly “studios to two-bedrooms,” says Stephen Kliegerman, president of Halstead Property Development Marketing. Plus, there will be a “duplex penthouse, which will have three bedrooms and 2,672 square feet — we anticipate that coming on the market later this year.”
How much more Brooklyn can you get?
Another teeny-weeny condo slated to launch sales in Clinton Hill is designed to look like the Brooklyn Bridge, with an operable steel screen masking the façade.
We’ve already been inside the apartments at 388 Bridge Street, currently Brooklyn’s tallest tower, but as nice as those apartments are, they’re not the building’s only selling point.