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  1. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltjbukem73
    if you pull off the BQE at the tillary st exit, bear right, make a right onto front st, which is where 57 front and the bridgefront condos are, go about 4 blocks, then make a right onto bridge st and that's where the bridge st condos are.

    it's parallel to atlantic, about 15 blocks north in dumbo.

    O wow, good look. When is construction going to happen?

  2. #17

    Default 125 Court St.

    Originally Posted by Gulcrapek
    Archit: I forgot where it is, I think it was somewhere on the NYC rezoning pages though...
    Yeah don't worry. Derek2k3 posted the previous design by BBB Architects.

  3. #18

    Default Fifteen Metrotech

    Project #6

    Fifteen Metrotech (Nine MetroTech Center South)
    15 MetoTech Center/115-159 Myrtle Avenue
    19 stories 325ft
    Cesar Pelli & Associates/Swanke Hayden Connell
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Commercial Office
    607,815 Sq. Ft.
    Completed November 20, 2001-Summer 2003



    Rendering before the additional floors and square footage.

    http://www.fcrc.com/project_main2.asp?id=36&cc=2&rid=36
    Fifteen Metrotech

    Name : Fifteen Metrotech
    Location: Fifteen Metrotech, Brooklyn, New York 11201
    RSF : 646,693 square feet
    Parking : 400 below grade
    Current Status : Operating
    Opening : Summer 2003
    Features : Forest City Ratner Companies is proud to announce the development of 9 MetroTech South, the last development site at MetroTech Center. It will house Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield. MetroTech Center is a 16 acre urban corporate campus located in downtown Brooklyn, just minutes from Manhattan. As the most active developer in New York City, FCRC has set the standard for high-tech design and construction. FCRC understands the needs of sophisticated users and has the experience to construct buildings that suit unique tenant requirements. As the most sophisticated high-tech space in the metropolitan area, MetroTech houses the vital systems that support emergency services, financial and brokerage operations, education and a host of other functions that need the operational reliability and dependability only MetroTech can offer.

    As with other buildings at MetroTech Center, 9 MetroTech South will incorporate the latest in state of the art tenant infrastructure to suit the needs of today's tenants. Forest City Ratner Companies has designed the building with the versatility and capability to meet the demands of the financial services industry. The floor plates will range in size from 35,000 sf to 48,000 sf with several of the floors designed to support the use as a data center, switching station, or server farm.


    http://www.wirednewyork.com/brooklyn...th/default.htm
    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3391
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  4. #19

    Default Brooklyn Law School Dormitory

    Floors: 22
    Height: 265 ft
    Architect: Robert A.M. Stern
    Year: 2004
    Status: 2005 completed


    Location: Boerum Place and Adams Street
    The Brooklyn Law School Dormitory is the Brooklyn Law School's solution to student housing problems. The height and number of floors was being debated by a Quaker meeting hall across the street, but the building has apparently risen to its full intended height.

    - Will have 360-400 beds.
    - The site is in a special zoning district which limits the height to 120 feet. However, the school successfully argued that the new housing was absolutely necessary and the project went through at a taller height.
    - Style is postmodern.


    Gulcrapek website: view pics and renderinghttp://www.geocities.com/brooklyn_rise/blsd.html

    Check out this already started thread:http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/sh...lyn+law+school
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    Hehe, I wrote the SSP text..

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    Smile 9 Metrotech Center

    Here are two pictures I took a while ago.
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  7. #22

    Default Feil Hall

    Project #7

    Feil Hall/Brooklyn Law School Dormitory
    58 Boerum Place/205 State Street
    22 stories 231 feet
    Robert AM Stern Architects/SLCE Architects
    Dev-Brooklyn Law School
    Residential Dormitory
    210 units 242,752 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction Fall 2002-Summer 2005



    Ernest Burden III
    Acme Digital



    http://www.brooklaw.edu/feilhall/

    New Student Residence
    Feil Hall

    Feil Hall, Brooklyn Law School’s magnificent new student residence, will open in the summer of 2005. Located in Brooklyn Heights just three blocks from the law school’s main building, Feil Hall will provide spacious, affordable and convenient campus living for approximately 360 students.

    Feil Hall’s 239 furnished apartments will include a mixture of studios and one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom units. Each student will have his or her own private bedroom. All apartments have full kitchens and one or two private bathrooms. Many have panoramic views of Brooklyn, New York Harbor, and Manhattan.

    Designed by acclaimed architect Robert A. M. Stern, Dean of the Yale School of Architecture, the hall was named in recognition of the generosity of the Feil Family Foundation. The top floor will be home to the Jeffrey D. Forchelli Conference Center, which will be the site of academic symposia and other law school events. The ground floor will feature Geraldo’s, a cyber café.


    No comment on the name.
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  8. #23

    Default LIU Athletic, Recreation & Wellness Center

    Project # 8

    LIU Athletic, Recreation & Wellness Center
    Dekalb Avenue
    5 stories
    Arquitectonica
    Dev-Long Island University
    Recreational
    110,000 Sq. ft.
    Under Construction 2004-October 2005



    http://www.arquitectonica.com/



    http://www.brooklyn.liunet.edu/bbut1...tos/photos.htm

    LIU'S ATHLETIC, RECREATION AND WELLNESS CENTER

    The largest building project in the Campus’ 78-year history, the $40 million, 100,000 square-foot complex will provide state-of-the-art athletic facilities for students and other members of the Campus community. It will feature tennis courts, a running track, a broad array of workout equipment and a 25-yard swimming pool in addition to a 3,000 seat arena, where the school’s NCAA Division I teams will compete.

    Additionally, the center will house resources and programs to promote the health of community residents. Cardiac rehabilitation, orthopedic therapy and asthma education services are planned, as well as the installation of specialized equipment, such as a separate therapy pool equipped with a hydraulic floor. The new facility also will provide an important venue for civic events. Ground was broken for the center last spring and construction is rapidly progressing. Its grand opening is scheduled for the first night of the NCAA Division I basketball season in October 2005.
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  9. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek2k3
    Project #7

    Feil Hall/Brooklyn Law School Dormitory
    58 Boerum Place/205 State Street
    22 stories 231 feet
    Robert AM Stern Architects/SLCE Architects
    Dev-Brooklyn Law School
    Residential Dormitory
    210 units 242,752 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction Fall 2002-Summer 2005



    Ernest Burden III
    Acme Digital



    http://www.brooklaw.edu/feilhall/

    New Student Residence
    Feil Hall
    I think the building came out rather nicely from the pictures shown later in the thread.

  10. #25

    Default 117-119 Court Street

    Project #9

    117-119 Court Street
    183 State Street
    10 stories 120 feet
    Ernst & Associates Architects
    Dev-JPKJ Realty, LLC
    Residential Condominiums
    7 units 22,500 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction Late 2003-2005


    http://www.emporis.com/en/wm/bu/?id=223207


    http://www.nypost.com/realestate/19941.htm

    "Court Street has always been a stable and diverse commercial strip that's just gotten better. It was never funky and terrible, like Smith Street used to be," says Austin.

    John McFadden, the owner of Staubitz Market, an 87-year-old Cobble Hill butcher shop, is thrilled he bought his building when he acquired the business.

    "The rents have gone up so much, if you didn't own your own building, I'd probably think about whether it'd be worth staying," McFadden says.

    William Ross, Brooklyn executive director of sales for Halstead Property, estimates that due to strong interest and limited availability, retail rents will go up 15 percent to 20 percent in the coming year. He expects residential rentals to go up around 15 percent as well, with home sales jumping 10 percent to 12 percent.

    Adding to the condo pool is 119 Court, a work in progress, with nine separate three-bedrooms. Prices haven't been determined, but a model should be ready in January.

    If the apartments go for $700 a square foot, as expected, prices for the units would range from $1.4 million to $1.75 million.
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    Default LIU Athletic, Recreation & Wellness Center

    Project #8

    Kudos to Arquitectonica.

  12. #27

    Default Atlantic Court

    Project #10

    The Smith/Atlantic Court
    295 Atlantic Avenue/75-91 Smith Street
    13 stories 140 feet
    Meltzer/Mandl Architects
    Dev-Boymelgreen Developers
    Mixed-Use
    134 units 152,000 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2004-Early 2006



    (Previous design)
    http://www.africa-israel.com/eng/US_003.asp


    http://www.dagherengineering.com/pro...project_09.php

    Atlantic Court is a new mixed-use building on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. It will consist of a 67 room hotel, retail, restaurants, community and office spaces in 60,000 square feet on the lower four stories. A nine story residential tower on top of the four-story building will house 48 apartments of a total of 62,000 square foot. And lastly, 34,000 square feet is allotted to a two level underground garage.
    Dagher Engineering is providing design engineering services through all phases of development and construction for Mechanical /HVAC, Electrical, Fire Alarm, Fire Protection, and Plumbing systems.


    http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/8/prweb150350.htm

    Boymelgreen Developers name J/Brice Design International of Boston for boutique hotel in Brooklyn

    Award-winning hotel interior design firm — J/Brice Design international of Boston — is gaining momentum with contracts from international real estate developers, REITS, and major hotel chains. Contract with Boymelgreen Developers is latest.

    BOSTON, MA (PRWEB) August 18, 2004 -- Brooklyn, New York-based Boymelgreen Developers, LLC has selected J/Brice Design International, Inc. of Boston, MA for the interior design of the hotel at Atlantic Court on Atlantic Avenue and Smith Street in Brooklyn.

    Founded in 1989 by Jeffrey Ornstein, J/Brice has become an award-winning industry bellwether and the largest firm of its kind in New England. Boymelgreen Developers, has charged the firm with creating the hotel interiors for the property, which will include 84 guestrooms on floors two through four, while floors 5-13 will be sold as one- and-two bedroom apartments, and luxury penthouse duplexes.

    Explained Danny Kim, Boymelgreen development manager, "The 13-story building, slated to open in early 2006, features a masonry appearance designed to integrate the structure with its surrounding brownstone and brick environment." Architect is Meltzer Mandl Architects, PC of New York and Alisa Construction, Inc. a Boymelgreen operation, is managing construction.

    In making the announcement Kim, stated, "J/Brice has made a name for itself as an international design firm. The firm is able to interpret the property owner’s vision in exciting and innovative ways that resonate with the market. Jeff’s success with the award-winning The Muse Hotel in Times Square and the Westminster Hotel in Livingston, New Jersey, that won first place in Lodging Hospitality’s 2004 design competition figured into our decision."

    Boymelgreen Developers, LLC is an established real estate development company with operations located in New York City, Toronto and Miami with projects in the pipeline worth $6 billion. Boymelgreen, which is actively interested in furthering its involvement in the hospitality industry, was selected out of a field of eight competing companies to develop the $3.3 million Brooklyn site. In addition to the hotel and residences, the property will include retail operations, underground parking and a community facility. The area is already attracting new retail and restaurant operations and the new hotel is expected to increase momentum.

    Combined Lobby & Restaurant
    The Hotel interior will be contemporary chic with a subtle underpinning of the Art Deco era — ala the Chrysler Building — to reinforce the property’s relationship to New York through historical and architectural references.

    Boymelgreen is introducing an innovation in public space configuration by eliminating physical, perceptual and functional boundaries between the lobby and its surrounding amenities. The combined public space will have numerous private areas ideal for individuals and intimate groups. A cyber café will be included in the scheme. Central to the concept is the availability of wait service throughout the public space for cocktails, beverages and dining.

    "The integrated lobby-lounge offers more options, greater convenience and a higher-level of service. Guests will be able to carry on a quiet conversation or read while enjoying espresso or dining, yet they will be surrounded with the energy and excitement of a smart New York hotel," explains Ornstein.

    All guestrooms will be completed with high-end furniture, fixtures and finishing details using luxurious materials, a range of textures and richly toned fabrics. J/Brice has, for example, specified unique custom wall units in exotic hardwoods to serve as closets and desks giving the property a fashionable Euro look. Plasma TVs complete the picture.

    The design firm eliminated the conventional panoply of desk lamps, and light fixtures in favor of lighted wall surfaces and dramatically lit recessed niches. "The entire guestroom comes alive and the mood may be varied to suit every activity — from getting ready for a morning business meeting to an evening of romance," observes June Ericson, a senior J/Brice Design project director.

    Since its founding in 1994, Boymelgreen has become a prominent force in Brooklyn’s revitalization. In addition to the new downtown hotel project, the developer has four commercial, retail and residential projects underway in the historic waterfront park district of Fulton Ferry, known as DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge Overpasses). While 80 percent of this 70-acre park will be open space, development of the commercial space is guided by the Master Plan calling for character, quality and sensitivity to Brooklyn’s historic roots. Other local Boymelgreen properties include Hudson Park Riverside at 323 West 96 Street at Riverside and RKO Plaza in Queens, a mixed-use residential and commercial project.

    J/Brice Design International, Inc. has been designated an Interior Design Giant, and Architectural Giant since 1991 and has directed hotel design projects throughout the US, with emphasis on the East Coast, Las Vegas and California. Overseas, the firm has served the Taj Hotels in India and developed properties in Dubai, UAE. In 2004, Lodging Hospitality awarded J/Brice first-place honors for its design of the Westminster Hotel in Livingston, New Jersey. J/Brice ranks 24th out of 100 national firms, its staff has over 150 hotel/restaurant projects to its credit, and the confidence of all major hotel chains as a preferred design team. Founder Jeffrey Ornstein shuttles between J/Brice offices in Boston and New York. The Firm’s Los Angeles office is scheduled to open in September.
    Telephone 617-695-9456. www.jbricedesign.com
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  13. #28

    Default Boulevard East

    Project #11


    Boulevard East
    53 Boerum Place
    Brooklyn, NY11201

    Official website: http://www.boulevardeast.com

    Brooklyn’s luxury bar has just been raised a bit higher at the 99-unit, 11-story Boulevard East at 53 Boerum Place. Readying for occupancy in December, it’s the first new construction in downtown Brooklyn’s new Redevelopment Zone. Tech-smart beyond imagination (including integrated home networks and radiant-heated bathroom floors in every unit) and amenity-filled (it has a fitness center and a gorgeous garden courtyard that’s perfect for sipping lattes), the studio, one- and two-bedroom homes range from 772 to 970 square feet. Add to that jaw-dropping views of the Empire State Building and the Verrazano Bridge from the upper floors. Ranging in price from $250,000 to the mid-$700,000s, more than 20 percent of the units sold on the first day they went on the market says Melinda Magnett, Corcoran Group Brooklyn president. “Here we are, three weeks later, and more than 50 percent have sold, some sight unseen, over the phone.”

    Does anybody know who designed this building?
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    Projects 9 and 10 seem to be moving at a start / stop pace.

    Project #9 the first three floors of steel rose and then it stopped for quite a while. It's picked up again.

    They've been working on foundations for #10 forever foundation

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    Yeah, it was supposed to be above ground a year ago..

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