Façade Installation Underway at Seven-Story, 48-Unit Mixed-Use Project, 500 Waverly Avenue, Clinton Hill

500 Waverly Avenue500 Waverly Avenue. Photo by Tectonic

Since topping out earlier this year, façade installation has been the focus at the seven-story, 48-unit mixed-use project under development at 500 Waverly Avenue, located on the corner of Fulton Street in southern Clinton Hill. Progress on the exterior can be seen thanks to a photo taken by Tectonic. The latest permits indicate the new building, dubbed Waverly Brooklyn, measures 62,719 square feet. On the ground floor will be 7,568 square feet of retail space, followed by 48 condominium above. The apartments should average 975 square feet apiece and will range from studios to four-bedrooms. Amenities include a 33-car underground garage, private residential storage units, a fitness center, a lounge featuring a library, media center, and pantry, landscaped terraces on the second floor and rooftop, and bike storage. Orange Management is the developer and Gerner, Kronick & Valcarcel is the architect. Completion is expected later this year.

Rendering of Waverly Brooklyn at 500 Waverly Avenue. Credit: Millarc

Rendering of Waverly Brooklyn at 500 Waverly Avenue. Credit: Millarc

Rendering of facade detail at Waverly Brooklyn at 500 Waverly Avenue. Credit: Millarc

Rendering of facade detail at Waverly Brooklyn at 500 Waverly Avenue. Credit: Millarc

Rendering of roof terrace at Waverly Brooklyn, 500 Waverly Avenue. Credit: Millarc

Rendering of roof terrace at Waverly Brooklyn, 500 Waverly Avenue. Credit: Millarc

Rendering of garden terrace at Waverly Brooklyn, 500 Waverly Avenue. Credit: Millarc

Rendering of garden terrace at Waverly Brooklyn, 500 Waverly Avenue. Credit: Millarc

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1 Comment on "Façade Installation Underway at Seven-Story, 48-Unit Mixed-Use Project, 500 Waverly Avenue, Clinton Hill"

  1. Good morning YIMBY..I want to come into the garden, the floor is interspersed with flowers and trees.

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