Renderings Reveal Seven-Story Mixed-Use Building at 11 Weirfield Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Rendering of 11 Weirfield Street - BFS ArchitectRendering of 11 Weirfield Street - BFS Architect

Renderings from BFS Architect reveal a new seven-story mixed-use development at 11 Weirfield Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The building will comprise 17,255 gross square feet including lower-level commercial space and community facility space with residential area above.

Renderings of the building illustrate a tan brick façade with large punched windows and glass-enclosed terraces for select units.

The unspecified sub-components will include 2,160 square feet of commercial space and 2,563 square feet for community facilities. The primary residential component will occupy just over 8,200 square feet and will be divided among ten units and unspecified amenity space.

The name and identity of the developer has not been announced, and is listed only as 11 Weirfield LLC. Construction at the property, led by E&M Builders Group, is now underway and is expected to wrap by summer 2023.

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8 Comments on "Renderings Reveal Seven-Story Mixed-Use Building at 11 Weirfield Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn"

  1. David in Bushwick | March 15, 2022 at 7:28 am | Reply

    Mixed windows, mixed brick – it’s criminal design.

  2. Must of found the architecture license in a box of cracker jack. This is wretched. How does a designer get this far and not grasp the basics of good design? The right side of the building looks like it’s been hit by artillery.

  3. lorraine givens | March 15, 2022 at 7:35 pm | Reply

    Yes yes how can i get an application for one of these appartment

  4. The gradual 2-D recess of the building through its balconies to the right is a smart design, it optimizes the space & views for the building residents and prevents the perspective of a bland 7-story windowless wall on Weirfield St. + it’s probably a good compromise with the stricter zoning rules on Weirfield (4 stories max). The left wall is close to Broadway and the aerial subway so it will be pretty much invisible from a distance anyway. A great addition to the Weirfield/Halsey corner.

  5. Elimus Tomkin | March 16, 2022 at 9:46 pm | Reply

    Is this building available now…
    3bedroom condo

  6. Jacqueline Davis | March 20, 2022 at 1:46 am | Reply

    Hi my is Jacqueline Davis Can you send me your application for the upcoming building that your billing in Brooklyn thank you at this location going to send you my address so you can send your application please I need a two bedroom unit thank you very much 12-50 35Th Ave Astoria New York 11106 apt 2G thanks you so much

  7. Kenneth Reape | March 20, 2022 at 2:52 pm | Reply

    Need two bedrooms

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