A tipster has submitted new renderings of 33 Caton Place, which has been dubbed The Kestrel; yesterday, Brownstoner reported that Halstead Property Development Marketing has been tapped to handle marketing and leasing. The building was designed by DJ Associates Architect PC and Luca Andrisani Architects, and the developer is Sam Boymelgreen.
Permits indicate the development has 116,843 square feet of space, which is divided between 126 residences; that translates into an average apartment size of approximately 900 square feet, and the project is a mix of studios, one, two, and three-bedroom units. The Kestrel stands eight stories tall.
The new renderings reveal a dynamic facade, characterized by a mix of masonry and metalwork; the building’s exterior will also be dotted with small balconies. After the sixth floor, the setback will yield to several terraces.
Aesthetically, The Kestrel looks appealing, though the quality of the metalwork will determine the final grade of its appearance. The project’s green roof is plainly visible in the latest rendering — unlike the previous reveal — with grass sprouting above the building’s top floor. While the vegetation may have been slightly dramatized, a green roof is a good thing regardless of the height of the grass.
Completion of 33 Caton Place is expected this year, with leasing set to begin next month.
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