A fresh rendering is up for 22 Caton Place, in Brooklyn; the project will stand seven stories tall, and have 73 units. The architect of record is Kiss + Cathcart, and The Hudson Companies Inc. is the site’s developer. Curbed featured a glimpse of the building back in February of 2013, which also included a new rendering for 23 Caton Place, a stalled site across the street.
22 Caton Place is located in Windsor Terrace, to the southwest of Prospect Park, and the area is seeing a surge in construction; Brownstoner reported on 33 Caton Place last Tuesday, which was also just revealed, and will add an additional 126 units to the neighborhood. As the vicinity of Prospect Park becomes increasingly expensive, the surge in development is to be expected.
Aesthetically, 22 Caton Place looks to be above-average, and will enhance the urban feel of Windsor Terrace with the creation of a street-wall. Per Kiss + Cathcart, the “articulated brick façade is enhanced with vine covered balconies and is contextual within the neighborhood,” and renderings confirm the architect’s description of the project.
In addition to its contextual appearance, 22 Caton Place will incorporate environmentally-friendly features, and is aiming for LEED-Gold certification. The entirety of the development will measure 86,000 square feet, and per Kiss + Cathcart’s PDF on the project, completion is expected this year.
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