A new rendering has been revealed for 335 Bond Street, a 14-story residential building under construction in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Designed by Studio V Architecture and developed by E&M Realty, the 155-foot-tall structure is planned to span 77,383 square feet and yield 73 units with an average scope of 932 square feet, as well as 4,644 square feet of manufacturing space, 4,633 square feet of commercial space, and a 30-foot-long rear yard. The residential component will include affordable housing, though the exact number of affordable units has yet to be disclosed. Titanium Construction Services is the general contractor for the project, which is located directly west of the Gowanus Canal by the intersection of Carroll and Bond Streets.
The exterior rendering is oriented east and shows light-colored façade featuring a prominent use of arched openings, the tallest of which spans two floors at the western corner of the superstructure. An open-air void within leads to a raised entry courtyard flanked by multiple one-story arches. The rest of the first level has a more conventional design with elevated windows above the sidewalk along Carroll Street, and outdoor staircases along Bond Street leading up to the entrance.
The rest of the building’s fenestration is composed of both rectangular and arched floor-to-ceiling windows with white horizontal mullions. A couple of setbacks are seen on the upper levels and are lined with glass railings and greenery, indicating outdoor terrace space for residents. The entire façade utilizes an even distribution of brick cladding.
A lot has changed since our last update in early July, when the ground-floor slab of the former low-rise structure still remained on the site. Alba Services Inc. was in charge of the demolition process. Photos of the site today show a number of excavators and pilings machines busily prepping the earth for the reinforced concrete foundation.
335 Bond Street’s anticipated completion date is slated for the summer of 2025, as noted on site.