The Landmarks Preservation Commission is reviewing proposals to install a new entrance marquee at the iconic Williamsburgh Savings Bank, in Brooklyn. The property’s official address is 175 Broadway, and it was originally constructed in 1875 by American architect George B. Post. The formidable structure most notably features a large domed tower and an adjacent low-rise structure.
Located in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 302 Broadway will eventually serve as a mixed-use building comprised of residential, retail, and community components. The building is designed by PAUL, a Brooklyn-based design firm, that has released a new batch of renderings for the rising structure.
Permits have been filed for a seven-story residential building at 163 Johnson Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Located between Manhattan Avenue and Graham Avenue, the corner site is four block east of the Broadway subway station, serviced by the G train. The Grand Avenue subway station, serviced by the L train is nine blocks north of the proposed development lot. Yoel Werzberger of Watermark Capital LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Dubbed “The Dime,” 277 South Fifth Street will be a new 264-foot tall residential tower in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The reinforced concrete building is close to topping off behind the Dime Savings Bank landmark. The project sits on a 50,000 square foot site, almost an acre in size, and will span just over 350,000 square feet.
In an exclusive release, new renderings from architects STUDIOSC reveal elegant, residential interiors currently under construction at 307 Grand Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Positioned on the busy corner of Grand Street and Havemeyer Street, the mixed-use building will also contain 3,130 square feet of dedicated commercial area.