100 Flatbush Avenue

The Alloy Block’s 505 State Street Approaches Completion in Downtown Brooklyn

At number 19 on our year-end countdown of the tallest buildings under construction in New York is 505 State Street, a 482-foot-tall residential tower in The Alloy Block complex in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed and developed by Alloy Development, the 44-story structure will yield 441 rental units, with 45 reserved for affordable housing, and will be fully powered by electricity. The five-building Alloy Block master plan will comprise a total of 850 units with 200 permanently affordable apartments, 100,000 square feet of Class A office space, 50,000 square feet of retail space, 500 bicycle parking spaces, two Passive House public schools designed by Architecture Research Office, and space for a local cultural institution. Urban Atelier Group is the general contractor for 505 State Street, which was formerly addressed as 100 Flatbush Avenue and is bound by Flatbush Avenue to the northeast, Third Avenue to the northwest, and State Street to the southwest.

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Housing Lottery Launches for 505 State Street in Downtown Brooklyn

The affordable housing lottery has launched for 505 State Street, a 44-story mixed-use building at 100 Flatbush Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed and developed by Alloy Development, the structure yields 440 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 45 units for residents at 40 to 100 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $29,109 to $127,100.

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Alloy Block’s 100 Flatbush Avenue Nears Completion in Downtown Brooklyn

Exterior work is nearing completion on 100 Flatbush Avenue, a 44-story residential tower in the Alloy Block complex in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed and developed by Alloy Development, the 482-foot-tall, fully electric-powered structure will yield 441 rental units. Of these, 45 will be dedicated to affordable housing, developed in conjunction with the Fifth Avenue Committee. The five-building Alloy Block master plan will encompass 850 units with 200 permanently affordable apartments, 100,000 square feet of Class A office space, 50,000 square feet of retail space, 500 parking spaces for bikes, two Passive House public schools designed by Architecture Research Office, and space for a local cultural institution. Urban Atelier Group is the general contractor for the property, which is bound by Flatbush Avenue to the northeast, Third Avenue to the northwest, and State Street to the southwest.

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100 Flatbush Avenue Tops Out At The Alloy Block in Downtown Brooklyn 

Construction has topped out on 100 Flatbush Avenue, a 44-story residential tower at Alloy Block in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed and developed by Alloy Development, the 482-foot-tall structure will be powered entirely by electricity and will yield 441 units with 396 at market rate and 45 dedicated to affordable housing, the latter of which are being developed with Fifth Avenue Committee. The full five-building Alloy Block masterplan will encompass 850 units with 200 permanently affordable apartments, 100,000 square feet of Class A office space, 50,000 square feet of retail space, 500 parking spaces for bikes, two Passive House public schools designed by Architecture Research Office, and space for a local cultural institution. Urban Atelier Group is the general contractor for the property, which is bound by Flatbush Avenue to the northeast, Third Avenue to the northwest, and State Street to the southwest.

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Alloy Block’s 100 Flatbush Avenue Continues Ascent in Downtown Brooklyn

Number 29 on our December construction countdown is 100 Flatbush Avenue, a 44-story residential building in the two-tower Alloy Block development in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed and developed by Alloy Development, the 482-foot-tall structure will yield 441 units with 45 residences dedicated to affordable housing. Urban Atelier Group is the general contractor for the property, which is bound by Flatbush Avenue to the northeast, Third Avenue to the northwest, and State Street to the southwest.

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