Preliminary Renderings Reveal 164 4th Avenue in Gowanus, Brooklyn

Preliminary rendering of 164 4th AvenuePreliminary rendering of 164 4th Avenue

In an exclusive reveal, preliminary renderings offer a first look at 164 4th Avenue, a 17-story mixed-use building in Gowanus, Brooklyn. JLL represented the long-term owners of the site, White Plains-based Heron Real Estate, and arranged the partnership with a New York City-based developer.

The property will comprise around 142,000 square feet including 160 rental apartments and 12,391 square feet of commercial space. Thirty percent of the units will be marketed as affordable housing.

Preliminary rendering of 164 4th Avenue

Preliminary rendering of 164 4th Avenue

Preliminary rendering of 164 4th Avenue

Preliminary rendering of 164 4th Avenue

The rezoning of Gowanus has opened the doors for a reinvigorated, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood and 164 4th Avenue sits at its heart,” said Winfield Clifford, managing director at JLL. “There was substantial interest from multiple parties interested in acquiring this site; however, Heron has tremendous faith in the multi-family market and a commitment to long-term ownership.”

Original permits filed in 2021 name SBLM Architects as the architect of record, and also list an enclosed parking garage and surface level parking as part of the development. A statement issued by the development team did not include any mention of a parking volume.

The project’s anticipated date of completion is also unconfirmed.

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8 Comments on "Preliminary Renderings Reveal 164 4th Avenue in Gowanus, Brooklyn"

  1. eXcLuSiVe reveal!!

  2. The Canyon of Mediocrity continues apace!

  3. Affordable, only for middle incomes and higher

  4. this will be built by non union labor picked up off the street and will be the biggest piece of crap on 4th avenue.
    What a disaster.
    Bring back the gas station

  5. The big uglyyyyy on 4th avenue continues

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