The challenge of building on oddly shaped lots in expensive neighborhoods can inspire unique architecture. In Williamsburg, J Frankl Architects came up with an offbeat design for a wedge-shaped plot at 369 Berry Street, just south of the Williamsburg Bridge.
369 Berry Street
Applications were first filed in early 2014 for a six-story, 10-unit mixed-use building at the vacant lot of 369 Berry Street, in western Williamsburg, and now Brownstoner has spotted renderings of the project. The building will total 13,490 square feet, which includes 2,383 and 2,627 square feet of commercial and community space, respectively; apartments will average 850 square feet. M&B Monroe Inc. is developing, while Charles Mallea is the architect of record.
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