Construction Finishes at 65 Graham Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

View of 65 Graham Avenue - Bricolage DesignsView of 65 Graham Avenue - Bricolage Designs

Construction is wrapping up at 65 Graham Avenue, a six-story mixed-use building near the southeastern boundary of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Designed by Bricolage Design Associates and developed by Kassin Sabbagh Realty, the property will yield a mix of market-rate rentals, ground-floor retail space, and a community facility.

The project is located on the corner of Graham Avenue and Moore Street on a parcel formerly occupied by a three-story building originally constructed in the early 1930s. Significantly taller than its predecessor, the new structure is similar in height and residential volume compared to other properties in the neighborhood.

While the gray and black façade resembles that of its predecessor, the new property greatly improves the street view with updated retail glass frontage. The residential balconies above the first two floors are surrounded by black metal guardrails that match the residential window frames.

View of 65 Graham Avenue - Bricolage Designs

View of 65 Graham Avenue – Bricolage Designs

The retail component comprises 1,146 square feet of the building’s ground floor with an additional 500 square feet of cellar-level area. The community facility will occupy 1,729 square feet of the second floor. Both of these levels offer 12-foot-high ceiling spans and floor-to-ceiling windows along both Graham Avenue and Moore Street.

The majority of the residential area is positioned above and includes eight rental units. Select homes will include access to private outdoor balconies.

Further information, including details about residential amenities, the pricing structure for available rentals, and the projected occupancy date, has not been disclosed.

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5 Comments on "Construction Finishes at 65 Graham Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn"

  1. A singularly unattractive edifice.

  2. David in Bushwick | September 9, 2020 at 4:36 pm | Reply

    Looks like the Navy sold a surplus of battleship grey paint.

  3. Well done and neat looking vs the old building that was awful

  4. There is no logic anymore. No sense of confluence. No concern for harmony. Only in construction design and development is criminal not a crime. All we need now is the tenants who are just as tacky as the building. Hatzlacha Rabbah.

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