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Former Glassworks Factory Soon to Be Home to Beautiful Brooklyn Rentals


Rendering of Glassworks Bushwick by ASH NYC

As Brooklyn neighborhood continue to grow in popularity, so do the number of new developments in Brooklyn neighborhoods. While the newest Bushwish addition, now known as Glassworks Bushwick, inches towards completion, the official teaser site for the development is now up.

Gorgeous Luxury Brooklyn Addition: 461 Dean Street

Developed by Forest City Ratner Companies and designed by SHoP Architects, 461 Dean Street currently stands as the tallest building in the center of Brooklyn, with 33-stories holding 363 units total ranging from studios to two-bedroom apartments.

Williamsburg Mega-Development Awaits Approval


Photo from Department of City Planning

New rental buildings continue to make Brooklyn grow, but none are quite like this proposed development. The developers Rabsky Group will soon be bringing 1,146 apartments and more to Williamsburg with their new mega-development.

Spectacular New Brooklyn Rental Buildings


Rooftop deck view at 388 Bridge Street

While all eyes are on Manhattan’s booming rental developments, Brooklyn has also acquired a few lavish rentals. To keep stay updated on the newest additions, here are three rental buildings you don’t want to miss that currently have openings. 

Brooklyn’s Newest Addition: 325 Kent Avenue

Brooklyn will be gaining a new rental tower in Williamsburg developed by Two Trees Management with a unique shape designed by SHop Architects.

Stalled Plans Finally Move Forward for Park Slope Residential Towers


Rendering by Avery Hall Investments

Plans are finally moving forward for a rental tower to replace for a rental tower to replace a Brooklyn grocery store, as the project has officially been approved by Park Slope’s community board. The developer, Avery Hall Investments', initial proposal for the tower was 35 feet above the zoning height, which caused the approval process to take a bit longer than usual. 

Brooklyn Building Designed with Millennials in Mind


Rendering of 33 Bond Street via Curbed

A massive rental building is coming to Brooklyn at 33 Bond Street. The building will be developed by TF Cornerstone’s, making this their first residential development.

Mixed-Use Development Coming to Booming Downtown Brooklyn


Rendering of building courtesy of Alloy Development

A massive mixed-use project has just been filed for Downtown Brooklyn by Alloy Development. It will bring not only a slew of apartments, but also two schools, a cultural institution, and office space.

New Rental Development Will Take Up An Entire Block in Brooklyn


Rendering courtesy of CetraRubby

A large rental development is coming to Brooklyn, at 350 Clarkson Street. Hudson Companies announced their plans for the eight-story building, which will be designed by CetraRubby.

Sunset Park’s Mixed-Use Development


Renderings by Raymond Chan Architect

A massive mix-use building is coming to Sunset Park’s eighth avenue between 61st and 64th street. Plans for this project had been altered quite a bit, but Architect Raymond Chan will finally be moving forward with a plan that consists of a mall, a 12-story residential tower, an 11-story hotel, and a pre-K school.

The residential portion of the project is planned to hold 250 rental apartments, while the hotel will have 150 rooms. The biggest change to the original plan is the addition of the school, which will be private and seat 498 students.