4th Ave Apartments
Park Slope, Brooklyn
New building containing 16 rental apartments with views of Park Slope, Atlantic Yards and Gowanus. It also contains a ground floor community facility space with good street presence on the recently rezoned 4th Avenue corridor. Currently filed for approval at the NYC Department of Buildings. Under construction in 2013.
Grand St Condo Lofts
New building containing 10 condo apartments and ground floor commercial space. The building design plays off historic and industrial structures in the area, using brick, painted steel beams, steel and glass windows, and metal siding. The condos are one and two bedroom, and the two upper floors are duplex apartments with double height spaces. Each condo has a balcony and/or a roof terrace. Currently filed for approval at the NYC Department of Buildings. Under construction in 2013.
32nd St Lofts
Long Island City, Queens
A ground-up six story mixed-use building in a transitioning neighborhood of Long Island City. The ground floor includes 1,400 square feet of commercial space, while ten 1-bedroom loft style apartments are provided on the five floors above. An alternating angled glass facade allows for balconies at all apartments, and a roof terrace affords stunning views to the midtown Manhattan skyline. Apartments are kept light with whitewashed ash flooring; kitchens are dark wenge and white lacquered wood cabinets, with marble counters and backsplashes. Baths walls are wrapped in travertine and porcelain tiles, with floating wenge vanities. Under construction in 2013.
St Marks Ave Apartments
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
New building containing 76 rental apartments. Currently filed for approval at the NYC Department of Buildings. Under construction in 2013.
Washington Hall Apartments
Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
Two new buildings in the Clinton Hill Landmark District adjacent to Pratt University campus, each with 10 apartments and an inter-connecting courtyard between them. The buildings were fashioned after traditional townhouses in scale and material, with modern interpretations of entry doors, windows with hoods and sills, and a mansard roof carving out rooftop terraces. The ground floor and 4th floors are duplex apartments with lower level recreation spaces or penthouse levels. On other levels are floor-through apartments, fostering communal living with numerous bedrooms per apartment, suited for off-campus co-ed living. Currently filed for approval at the NYC Department of Buildings and Landmarks Preservation Commission. Under construction in 2013.