Renderings have been released for the newly topped-out 450 Warren Street, a five-story condominium development in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Located at the intersection of Bond Street and Warren Street, the 18-unit building is developed by TANKHOUSE and designed by architecture firm SO–IL, both Brooklyn-based. KSK Construction is handling construction.
According to the architects, 450 Warren will have a custom textured green and white terrazzo masonry façade, giving it a sleek and modern appearance. Multiple setbacks on the upper levels, punch-out windows, and balconies with tensioned stainless steel mesh all contribute to the streamlined design.
“450 Warren rediscovers essential qualities in new development living spaces, with a focus on light and air, creating dynamic shared spaces and residences with private outdoor space and multiple exposures,” said Sam Alison-Mayne and Sebastian Mendez, partners at TANKHOUSE. “We look forward to revealing more as the project progresses.”
Amenities for 450 Warren include communal and private outdoor space, as well as residential parking. Additionally, the development will have over 4,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space for multiple tenants.
The lot is two blocks from the Bergen Street subway station, serviced by the F and G trains. Within walking distance are a variety of restaurants, bars, retail, and parks.
Behzad Amiri is exclusively handling the sales and marketing for 450 Warren with Corcoran New Development.