Demolition work is complete at the site of 335 Bond Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Plans call for a new 155-foot-tall, 14-story residential building spanning 77,383 square feet, with 68,106 square feet designated for residential space, 4,644 square feet for manufacturing space, and 4,633 square feet for commercial space. There will be a total of 73 residences, each averaging 932 square feet apiece, and a 30-foot long rear yard. An affordable housing segment was last reported, though an exact number has yet to be disclosed. Studio V Architecture is listed as the architect of record, Robert Slinin is listed as the owner behind the permit applications, and Alba Services Inc. is the demolition contractor for the address, which is located by the intersection of Carroll and Bond Streets, and sits directly west of the Gowanus Canal.
Wooden sidewalk partitions surround the entire site, which has been largely cleaned up of the rubble and debris from two one-story properties that once stood at the southwestern corner of the lot. Only the concrete floor of the first level partially exists, but will eventually be dug up and removed following future excavation and foundation work.
333 Bond Street, a two-story red brick building, is left standing towards the northern end of the rectangular-shaped parcel of land. Its southern wall is being supported by four diagonal steel columns holding up the flat surface.
335 Bond Street’s eastern boundary can be seen below where the floating construction barges are located.
Below are Google Maps images of the former structures that were knocked down last year.
A finalized rendering remains to be seen. 335 Bond Street joins a growing number of waterfront developments lining the Gowanus Canal as part of the approved rezoning effort that aims to provide roughly 8,200 new apartments to the neighborhood, with around 3,000 of them designated as affordable housing. The nearest subway station is the Carroll St stop along Smith Street, servicing the F and G trains.
A completion date for 335 Bond Street has not been disclosed yet.