Construction Wraps on Five Four-Story, Single-Family Townhouses at 73-79 Bond Street, Boerum Hill

73-79 Bond Street (a.k.a. 390 State Street). Photo by Tectonic73-79 Bond Street (a.k.a. 390 State Street). Photo by Tectonic

Construction is wrapping on five four-story, single-family townhouses being constructed at 73-79 Bond Street (a.k.a. 390 State Street), in Boerum Hill. The construction progress can be seen thanks to a photo taken by Tectonic. The 49-foot-tall townhouses will each measure between 4,310 square feet and 4,566 square feet, which includes an average 2,396 square feet of livable residential space. All of them will include four bedrooms, a single-car garage in the cellar, and a roof terrace equipped with a gas grill. Other features include a screening room and bar in the sub-cellars, and private laundry facilities. Adam America Real Estate is the developer and Hudson Square-based Ben Hansen Architect is responsible for the design. Move-ins are expected in the next few months.

73-79 Bond Street

73-79 Bond Street, rendering via New York Times

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3 Comments on "Construction Wraps on Five Four-Story, Single-Family Townhouses at 73-79 Bond Street, Boerum Hill"

  1. Good morning YIMBY..this is all luxury into the new building, I want to live inside quickly.

  2. another TOM | July 8, 2016 at 4:21 pm |

    Five X One-Family = Five Families. So much for density. With On-site/off-street parking. This is what happens when parking minimums are curtailed. Four levels with only four bedrooms? Hasids maybe? With 4,400′ buildable and only 2,400′ liveable, these are meant as dorms. Now we ARE talking orthodox. How many meters?

    Just how many families/businesses were displaced?

  3. This had been an unpaved parking lot for at least two decades. Wished for more density but it’s in a neighborhood full of four story, single family homes.

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