Rendering Revealed for 62-66 North Third Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

62-66 North Third Street, rendering by MNS62-66 North Third Street, rendering by MNS

A new rendering is out for 62 and 66 North Third Street, two six-story mixed-use buildings in Brooklyn’s flourishing Williamsburg neighborhood. The nearest subway access is the L train’s first stop in Brooklyn, the Bedford Station. The site is just a block away from the river, five blocks south of the State of New York East River Park, and five blocks north of the Domino Sugar Factory development, where a ferry station may soon be built. David Dweck, Steven Ancona, and Michael Marino have joined together for the development.

SRA Architecture and Engineering is responsible for the design. The masonry facade with large windows is evocative of the area’s industrial history and retains aesthetic cohesion with the rest of the block.

The rendering reveals six private balconies on the third, fourth and fifth floors, two private terraces on the sixth floor, and a recreational space on the rooftop. Marketing promises that every unit will have an outdoor space, indicating that the second-floor condominiums will have terrace access in the back. Two lobbies and two retail shops will be created on the ground floor.

The 70-foot tall development will yield 31,910 square feet of space in all, with 24,720 square feet dedicated to residential use, and 7,300 square feet dedicated for commercial-retail use. 13 condominiums will be created, averaging 1,901 square feet apiece. Prices start $1.1 million, with a four-bedroom unit selling for $2.9 million.

62-66 North Third Street, via Google Maps

62-66 North Third Street, via Google Maps

Construction is already underway, and the buildings topped-out in late 2017. Forbes was the first to feature the rendering, on their Instagram.

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2 Comments on "Rendering Revealed for 62-66 North Third Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn"

  1. Welcome Home (David) | January 9, 2018 at 7:46 am | Reply

    Please pardon me for using your space: This design is quite full of feel on modern facade, cool condition.

  2. Matthias Schupp | January 14, 2018 at 11:27 am | Reply

    Yet again, another developer leaves balconies as their greatest priority. This city needs and Architectural Standard, it’s entirely too much on the facades of these buidlings, and materials being used are either shoddy and ugly, or unnecessarily clogged.

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