Dumbo Feature in NY Times, highlights 51 Jay Street

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.


19 Park Place: A Swoon-Worhthy Condo Coming this Fall

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.”


NY Daily News New Development Round Up features Aperture 538, Coming to Market Soon

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.

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The Kestrel Featured on Curbed

The eight-story building, developed by Sam Boymelgreen and designed by Luca Andrisani Architects, is chock-full of amenities, including a rooftop deck with grilling areas and cabanas, courtyard, pet spa, yoga room, gym, lounge and media room community bike share, bike storage, a “work-from-home office center,” and more.