Foundation Work Underway On 22-Story, 252-Unit Mixed-Use Tower At 416 Kent Avenue, Williamsburg

420 Kent Avenue420 Kent Avenue. Rendering by ODA Architecture.

Foundation work appears to be complete where a 22-story, 252-unit mixed-use building is under development at 416 Kent Avenue, in Williamsburg near the East River. The site can be seen thanks to photos posted to the YIMBY Forums. The tower will be connected by a common base with two other 22-story residential towers, located next door at 420 Kent Avenue. That site was cleared of commercial low-rises earlier this year.

The tower at 416 Kent will measure 249,737 square feet and the complex at 420 Kent will measure 550,419 square feet. Across all three towers, here will be 12,454 of ground-floor retail space and 857 rental apartments, averaging 703 square feet apiece. Twenty percent, or 172 units, will be set aside as affordable. Spitzer Enterprises is the developer and ODA New York is the architect.

416 Kent Avenue

416 Kent Avenue. Photo by Tectonic via the YIMBY Forums.

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1 Comment on "Foundation Work Underway On 22-Story, 252-Unit Mixed-Use Tower At 416 Kent Avenue, Williamsburg"

  1. It’s not work in progress on 22-story, but foundation work is the same way to development. (mixed-use)

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