The Brooklyn-based development team at Cayuga Capital Management has released new renderings of 600 Bushwick Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. The six-story mixed-use property topped off back in 2017, but construction seems to have halted or slowed down until earlier this year.
600 Bushwick Avenue
This past summer, YIMBY revealed renderings of Cayuga Capital’s six-story, 64-unit mixed-use conversion of the two-story warehouse at 600 Bushwick Avenue, in northern Bushwick. According to Crain’s, the developer has landed $28 million in financing for the 63,000 square-foot building, which will feature 12,500 and 2,500 square feet of retail and medical offices, respectively, on the ground floor. Ground was broken on the rental project in August, and completion is expected sometime in 2017. Hustvedt Cutler Architects is the applicant of record.
Williamsburg-based developer Cayuga Capital is converting old buildings all over Brooklyn to apartments, from a Bushwick church to a steel factory on North 4th Street. Now YIMBY has a rendering of their latest venture, which will transform an old garage at 600 Bushwick Avenue into apartments and retail. The revamped structure will gain four stories and 64 rental units.
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