Construction has topped out and façade work is underway at 138 North 10th Street, a six-story warehouse-inspired condominium complex in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The project is being designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by Eli Hamway and Michael Shamah of Eastern Capital Group. The structure will contain nine loft homes with two- and three-bedroom units, as well as two lower triplexes. Halstead Property Development Marketing’s The Aguayo Team is marketing and handling sales, with units starting at $1.7 million. The site is located on North 10th Street between Berry Street and Bedford Avenue.
A recent photo spotted on Morris Adjmi’s Instagram shows the simple, handsome brick curtain wall running between the large floor-to-ceiling glass panels. Mutual Materials is in charge of the brick appearance, which is called “Harbor Mist.” The rectangular-shaped, industrial-style windows sit slightly out from the masonry and add a layer of depth to the edifice. Work is moving along on the outdoor terrace space on the fifth floor, where 138 North 10th Street sets back from the sidewalk. The fifth and sixth floors run flush with the adjacent roof lines.
Each residence will have wide-plank flooring, natural stone countertops, and high ceilings. The windows will be 12 feet wide and 10 feet tall. Each triplex home will have a private landscaped backyard, recreation space in the cellar level, a kitchen and dining room on the first floor, and two bedrooms on the top floor.
Amenities will include a ground-floor fitness center and a garage for one vehicle.
The closest subway is the L train to the south at Bedford Avenue or the G train to the north at Nassau Avenue.