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  1. #16

    Default J Condo

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    Project #7

    J Condo
    100 Jay Street
    31/33 stories 337 feet
    Gruzen Samton Architects
    Dev-Hudson Companies Incorporated
    Residential Condominiums
    260/267 units 407,129 Sq. Ft.
    Proposed 2005-2006




    From Hudson Companies Incorporated

    http://www.hudsoninc.com/apt4sale/jcondo/index.htm

    Rising 33 stories with terrific panoramic views, J Condo will be a luxury residential condominium with ground floor retail space and a parking garage. As the tallest building in Dumbo, J Condo will add an easily recognizable icon to the Brooklyn skyline with its dramatic curved, sail-like façade of floor to ceiling windows viewable from the Manhattan Bridge, East River and Manhattan.

    J Condo will offer 267 studio to three-bedroom apartments with luxury finishes, services and views not previously available in a new condominium building in Dumbo or downtown Brooklyn.

    Residential Amenities will include:

    * a 24-hour attended lobby, 2,000 square foot fitness center,
    * bike room
    * children’s play room, media room, resident storage
    * sun terrace
    * on-premises garage.

    Finishes will include:

    * washer and dryer hookups in every apartment
    * stone master bath with soaking tub and separate shower
    * granite kitchen countertops and designer wood cabinets
    * generous closets including walk-in and linen closets,
    * stainless steel appliances, and
    * garbage disposals.

    Many units will have private terraces or balconies and all will have triple glazed casement windows and state-of-the-art water cooled heat pump units providing maximum flexibility for heating and cooling .

    Construction of J Condo is anticipated to begin in late Fall 2004. Condominium units will offered for sale subject to a plan to be reviewed and accepted for filing by the New York State Attorney General’s office. Units are not available for sale at this time.

    A thread on the project is here. This was also the site of the Light Bridges proposal.
    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3195


    Light Bridges, SHOP Architects
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  2. #17

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    I really did like that light bridge's proposal...it's much more unique, the other building is more...common

  3. #18

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    So tell me more about this hand ball and Voleball stadium proposed in Dumbo

  4. #19

    Smile J Condo/100 Jay St.

    Project #7

    That is it. I can't wait for this to be completed. What a pretty rendering.

  5. #20

    Default Bridgefront

    Project #8

    Bridgefront
    67/65-71 Front Street/42-44 Main Street
    10 stories 120 feet
    Elena Kalman Architect
    Dev-Boymelgreen Developers
    Residential Condominium
    21 units 37,160 Sq. Ft.
    Completed Early 2003



    Elena Kalman Architect
    http://www.kalmandesign.com


    http://www.corcoran.com/property/nd/...where=manh&p=1

    Overview
    Bridgefront, a luxury loft condominium, is located in the heart of DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass). This historic waterfront community has spectacular views of lower Manhattan, the East River and both the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges. It is a rapidly changing and vibrant neighborhood and boasts new and hip restaurants, shopping and living conveniences. Bridgefront is accessible by subway on the A and C train stopping at High Street, the F train to York Street or the 2 and 3 trains at Clark Street. There is also the New York Water Taxi that stops at Fulton Landing and travels across the East River into Manhattan. DUMBO is within walking distance to Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn.

    Amenities
    This new state of the art construction luxury condominium building boasts 24-hour full service concierge, a fully equipped health club with a sauna and party room, private terraces and balconies, common roof terrace and an art gallery lobby showcasing DUMBO artists. All the units have 11’ ceiling heights, solid mahogany window sills, double glazed oversized out swinging windows, generous closets and high speed internet. The bathrooms are equipped with deep multi-jet Jacuzzi tub, custom sink and vanity and marble flooring. Kitchens include Sub Zero refrigerators, Wolf Range stainless steel ovens, Asko dishwashers, custom cherry wood cabinets and Pietra Serna countertops.



    REAL ESTATE DESK
    POSTINGS: Bridgefront in Brooklyn; Condos Selling In Dumbo

    Published: September 21, 2003, Sunday

    http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpag...5AC0A9659C8B63

    Construction is still under way on Bridgefront, a 10-story condominium at 42 Main Street in the Dumbo area of Brooklyn, but 18 of its 21 loft-style apartments have been sold in the two months since sales began.

    The residences, including three penthouses, are offered with six different interior layouts and have 1,010 to 1,700 square feet of space, as well as private terraces. Sales prices range from $600,000 to $1.15 million, according to Boymelgreen Developers of Brooklyn, the developer of the $10.5 million project.

    Haysha Deitsch, the project manager, said he attributed the rapid pace of sales to the building's design and the neighborhood, whose name is an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass. ''Dumbo,'' he said, ''is Dumbo.''

    Bridgefront is clad in glass and a stuccolike material and has a facade with a rounded corner at Main and Front Streets. The architect is Elena Kalman of Stamford, Conn.

    In two weeks residents will begin moving into the building, which will have such amenities as a health club, meditation garden and roof deck. Completion is expected next month.

    Bridgefront marks Boymelgreen's entry into Dumbo, but the company already has started a second residential project in the neighborhood and has plans for two more, as well as a commerical development. ''This is the first and a taste of what is to come,'' Mr. Deitsch said.

    Published: 09 - 21 - 2003 , Late Edition - Final , Section 11 , Column 4 , Page 1
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  6. #21

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    You know they have a star bucks in the bottom of that building

  7. #22

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    Although generally not a fan of post-modernism I do lavish in some of its details and classical throw-backs, this is a good building that fits right into its context.

  8. #23

    Default The Bridges

    Project #9

    The Bridges/The Bridge Street Condominium
    79 Bridge Street
    6 stories 70 feet (2 story addition)
    Scarano & Associate Architects
    Kay Bridge Properties/Howard Klaus Partnership
    Residential Condominiums
    37 units 51,141 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2003


    The Bridges

    http://www.thedevelopersgroup.com/bu...ildingid=1001&

    79 Bridge St Brooklyn, NY 11201
    The Bridges Condominiums are the first luxury loft condo project to come to Vinegar Hill Brooklyn, a neighboring community to stylish Dumbo. This charming neighborhood features delightful restaurants, cobblestone streets and quaint brownstones. The Bridges has some of the most original architecture in all of Brooklyn, with its majestic open-air courtyards and breathtaking views of lower to mid-town Manhattan from its large roof-deck. Come see this beautiful loft condo building today.

    Amenities
    Open-air interior courtyard
    Individual balconies
    Wrought-iron railings
    Hardwood floors
    Stainless steel appliances
    Marble counter tops
    Marble baths
    Maple kitchen cabinets
    Exposed brick
    Insulated windows
    Roof Deck


    http://www.scaranoarchitects.com/multifamily1.html

    This converted factory building houses 37 loft-style-apartments, commercial gallery spaces, and enclosed parking on six floors. These features are contained within 40.000 square feet, making this a diverse and truly mixed-use development.

    By stretching the conceptual boundaries of the up and coming DUMBO Community three blocks east, this two story addition of a creation of this vacant factory building provided a platform for buyers to obtain loft-style living at a modest prices. Dubbed the “poor man’s lofts”, this building sold out all units in four weeks.

    The juxtaposition of new and old marks a crossroads in development in the area. The addition to the building marries old and new; new interior and exterior bearing walls, supported by the existing brick walls made the project economically feasible.

    This alteration constructed in strict conformance with the New York City Quality Housing Program. Afforded the residents many amenities not found in other buildings.

    A distinctive development, which provides both environmental sensitivity through adaptive reuse and energy conservation through creative insulation and ventilation systems, makes this project a success to everyone associated with it.
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    How many "projects are there?

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    I don't see how anyone can view #7 as anything but a wall. I'm guessing we all enjoy the height, as it will add to the skyline. However, it is just too much mass. I'd prefer two taller, slender towers rising from that base. I think this is just incredibly bad planning and a form of structure that imposes itself on a neighborhood, rather than integrating itself. Horrible.

  11. #26

    Default 53 Bridge Street

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek2k3
    There's a thread on the neighborhood here

    Project #1
    53 Bridge Street
    Scarano & Associates Architects
    Dev-Kay Bridge Properties /53 Bridge, LLC
    12 stories 162 feet 6 story addition
    130,740 Sq. Ft.
    Residential Condominiums
    Under Construction 2004-2006




    http://mehandeseng.com/projects.htm

    53 Bridge Street
    Brooklyn , New York
    Architect: Scarano and Associates Architects
    Square Foot: 150,000
    Owner: Kay Bridge Properties
    Some photos of the construction. The first pic has the site of 100 Jay (Project #7) in the foreground.
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  12. #27

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolbster
    How many "projects are there?
    Not quite sure yet.

    Project #10

    133 Water Street
    12 stories 120 feet
    Scarano & Associate Architects
    Dev-Jack Guttman Partners
    Residential Condominium
    52 units 85,477 Sq. Ft.
    5.000 Sq. Ft. of Retail & Community Space
    Under Consruction 2003-2006



    Scarano & Associate Architects

    http://www.scaranoarchitects.com

    The Gair family developed many of the adjacent properties and these buildings lend their aesthetic qualities to the new structure. And while some of the new developments ignore this richly diverse community by placing Manhattan-style buildings next to these neighboring icons, this new building blends old with new, allowing both to be recognized and appreciated for what they are.

    Exterior surfaces reveal the varied nature of the interior layouts by using glass window wall systems on the upper level units, most of which have double height ceilings. Turning the mass on a 45 degree angle to the street grid allowed for unique and varied vistas for many units. Triple glazing and acoustically super-insulated exterior walls mask the din of noise emanating from the adjacent Manhattan bridge roadway and transit lines.

    With commercial spaces at the 1st floor and parking in the cellar, the residential portion on the floors above responds to the New York City Quality Housing Program, mandated by the local residential district.

    Large units of 1000 square feet for a two bedroom apartment represent a trend that the buyers now demand. Modern amenities include deluxe five piece fixtures in the master bathroom, his and her walk in closets and state of the art kitchen appliances with European cabinetry.


    Globe St.

    http://www.globest.com/news/120_120/.../126684-1.html

    Residential Tower To Rise in Dumbo
    By Barbara Jarvie
    Last updated: Tuesday, September 21, 2004 04:07pm

    BROOKLYN, NY-To add more residences to the “hot” Dumbo section of this borough, Scarano & Associates Architects completed the design of 133 Water St., a 12-story mixed-use condominium tower. It will be the first new building to be constructed in 100 years at the base of the Manhattan Bridge.

    Over the past few years, Dumbo has become one of New York City's most sought after residential neighborhoods. This initiative started when the Clock Tower Building was converted into luxury apartments in 1998.
    Plans for 133 Water St. include underground parking, first-floor commercial spaces and 52 residential units consisting primarily of one- and two-bedroom apartments, with some studios and three-bedroom units. Developed as a full-service luxury building, the condominium will feature such amenities as a fitness room, roof deck with recreational space and washer-dryer hook-ups. Units above the second floor will have balconies or terraces. The project also calls for triple-glazed glass curtain walls, as well as high-grade acoustically insulated exterior walls to mask street noises. Development costs were not available.
    Designed by Scarano’s Charles Diehl, the street frontage of the building will be composed of concrete. The glass portion of the site, primarily comprising the top eight floors, turns the mass of the structure at an angle to match the bridge.
    “We paid close attention to the architectural styles of the area,” points out Robert Scarano, the firm’s founder and principal. “We didn’t believe Manhattan-style modernism would be appropriate here, but rather a design that could celebrate the historic qualities of the neighborhood, while taking advantage of potentially remarkable vistas.”
    Construction developed by the Guttman family is just under way with completion scheduled for early 2006. The interiors are being designed by Andres Escobar and the marketing will be through the Developers Group.
    Two blocks away from the Water Street project in Vinegar Hill, Scarano & Associates recently completed the design of a second residential project. The architects proposed a four-story glass and steel addition, two separate entry lobbies, center courtyard and 83-space below ground parking lot. The Scarano architects responsible for the design are Richard T. Honovic and Robyn Squires.
    Founded in 1985 by Robert Scarano Jr., the firm is responsible for an average of 200 projects annually. Although the firm focuses much of its work in Brooklyn and Manhattan, the firm designed a convention center in Medellin, Columbia.
    The company is also converting two interconnecting, 1920's commercial buildings at 57 Front Street to 33 one- and two-bedroom rental apartments.
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  13. #28

    Default 10 Jay Street

    Project #11

    10 Jay Street
    Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn Architects
    16 stories (7 story addition)
    Proposed




    10 Jay Street
    Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn Architects
    http://www.eekarchitects.com/indprjd...aptive%20Reuse

    Location: Brooklyn, New York
    This building's new design is proposed to become an integral part of redeveloping a waterfront loft district as well as Brooklyn’s new waterfront park. At the moment, the building detracts from its current urban setting and will, if it remains, be an obstacle (visual and functional) to the wonderful plans underway for the Brooklyn waterfront park. Here is one of those rare opportunities where private redevelopment can be directed to enhance ongoing public policy and current public construction projects, and to do so within a very short timetable.

    A thread on the building is here:
    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4878

    NYatKnight: "It looks like a water cooler."
    lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Gulcrapek
    Another design, by Karl Fischer

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    The proposed Karl Fisher one looks nice....which one is going to be built?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek2k3
    Project #2

    Beacon Tower
    85 Adams Street
    23 stories 314 feet
    Cetra/Ruddy Incorporated
    Dev-Boymelgreen Developers
    Residential Condominium
    77 units 115,424 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2004-Summer 2006

    Corcoran Group

    http://www.corcoran.com/property/nd/index.asp?CGM=Y

    85 Adams Street
    Brooklyn,NY11201

    Overview
    COMING SOON
    Find peace, sanctuary and true urban sophistication at 85 Adams Street in Dumbo. Discover Beacon Tower- the tallest residential building in DUMBO- where the emphasis is on you, your comfort, your desire for community and calm.

    1, 2 and 3 bedroom units available ranging from 779 to 1784 square feet. The apartments will be loaded with high quality fixtures and equipment which create a spa-like atmosphere. Windows will be dual glazed with heavy laminated glass and a special sound-absorbing acoustic liner for superior noise attenuation. Other amenities will include rift oak cabinets, stone composite countertops, Bosch stainless steel appliances, Kohler sinks and faucets, built-in washer/dryers, Zuma bathtubs (20” depth) and many many more!!! A beautiful courtyard and garden creates a refreshing transition from street life to home life.

    This twenty-three story tower is located in New York’s hippest and most charming residential neighborhood. Minutes from Manhattan. Close to NY Water Taxi and many subways!

    Amenities

    COMING SOON
    • Doorman
    • DSL/Cable/Satellite ready
    • Dual glazed windows with heavy laminated glass and a special sound absorbing acoustic liner for superior noise attenuation
    • 10’6” ceilings
    • Rift oak cabinets
    • Stone composite countertops
    • Bosch electric oven/gas cooktop and dishwasher all in stainless steel
    • Jenn-Air stainless steel refrigerator
    • Kohler sinks and faucets
    • Glass mosaic tile walls in the bathroom
    • Built-in washer/dryers
    • Zuma bathtubs (20” depth)
    • Courtyard and garden w/ teahouse
    • Many Many More!!!!

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