Construction Tops Out at 141 Willoughby Street in Downtown Brooklyn

View of construction at 141 Willoughby Street - Savanna Real EstateView of construction at 141 Willoughby Street - Savanna Real Estate

A new 24-story commercial tower at 141 Willoughby Street in Downtown Brooklyn has officially topped out. From developer Savanna Real Estate, the new property comprises 400,000 square feet with a mix of Class A office space and retail on the lower floors.

Construction broke ground in 2020 and is on track to complete in the first quarter of 2023.

View of construction at 141 Willoughby Street, looking up - Savanna Real Estate

View of construction at 141 Willoughby Street, looking up – Savanna Real Estate

The final beam rising at 141 Willoughby Street - Savanna Real Estate

The final beam rising at 141 Willoughby Street – Savanna Real Estate

Designed by Fogarty Finger with SLCE, the massing of the structure incorporates a pair of large setbacks that create spacious outdoor terraces. When complete, the building is expected to achieve LEED certification for sustainable design, a WELL Health-Safety rating for ventilation and water quality, and a WiredScore for superior digital infrastructure and connectivity.

Additional members of the project team include Savanna’s construction affiliate SavCon, Gilbane, and award-winning structural design studio Thornton Tomasetti.

Rendering of 141 Willoughby - Photo courtesy of Savanna

Rendering of 141 Willoughby – Savanna Real Estate

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8 Comments on "Construction Tops Out at 141 Willoughby Street in Downtown Brooklyn"

  1. Seems like it would make a great base for a much taller building.

  2. Savanna totally chickened out on this one, should have included the Resi portion of this building, would have done a lot to change the dynamic on that stretch. Great spot for resi given proximity to transit and would have helped make that stretch a bit more populated at night and weekends.

  3. another glass box
    what a waste

  4. respects it’s site

  5. Amazing at the # of Monday Morning Experts we have today. Just a few issues to check
    FAR, Zoning Envelopes, Zoning Uses
    I think it does a lot of good things in an in a reasonable package. Congratulations

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