Beam Architects Reveals Renderings for 85 Rutledge Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Rendering of 85 Rutledge Street - Beam ArchitectsRendering of 85 Rutledge Street - Beam Architects

Beam Architects has revealed its first renderings for 85 Rutledge Street, a five-story apartment building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. New construction permits filed in 2018 name Yesh Properties as responsible for the development, while J Goldman Design, a Brooklyn-based design firm, will oversee the design of the project’s interiors.

As previously reported by YIMBY, the structure will comprise a total of 20,880 square feet. Building components will include 12,630 square feet dedicated to residential use and 2,500 square feet for office space on the first floor and cellar levels. The development will also contain an unspecified community facility.

The renderings reveal a black and white masonry façade with private balconies on a select number of units along Rutledge Street. The most distinctive design element is a roofline that slants downward from either side, creating a rooftop “valley” that will serve as an outdoor lounge and recreation area.

The developer has not yet announced an anticipated date of completion.

Rendering of 85 Rutledge Street - Beam Architects

Rendering of 85 Rutledge Street – Beam Architects

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6 Comments on "Beam Architects Reveals Renderings for 85 Rutledge Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Loving it. Forlorn hope on beautiful design that you think not found. (Thank you)

  2. It does not say when can you apply for the building at 1 Flatbush

  3. Catherine Irby | April 20, 2019 at 1:43 pm | Reply

    When will I be able to put in an application for these apartments and what is the criteria. Do you have to be living in the area to apply?

  4. I will not ask questions:

  5. More of the same. Boxes with windows. Can anyone actually DESIGN anymore? Sad. Sadder still no-one notices.

  6. Wow – it takes a lot in today’s NYC to create something breathtakingly ugly, but this one really is a contender for ugliest new build of the year.

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