The Rabsky Group, a Brooklyn-based developer, is working on a mixed-use building in Williamsburg located at 146 South 4th St., Buzz Buzz Home reports. Designed by Nataliya Donskoy of ND Architecture LLC, also of Brooklyn, the new brick, glass and steel building is set for completion in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Though it might not be the prettiest building in the area (at least according to Curbed), the 11-story structure will add some much needed rental units to Brooklyn’s housing inventory. At 106,000 square feet of space, 146 South 4th Street will have 113 apartments with interiors by Durukan Design promising a modern, rustic look. According to the project construction manager, Lo Magno Construction Inc., amenities include on-site attendant parking, a residents’ lounge, a gym, bike storage space and a fully furnished rooftop terrace.
Another rental building is slated for construction on the corner of 39th Street and 3rd Avenue in Manhattan’s Murray Hill section. Luxury Rentals Manhattan writes that the 18-story project is a joint venture between SK Development, CB Developers and Ironstate Development and will include studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments totaling 91 luxury rental units above retail spaces on the first floor. The development team has retained Rawlings Architects to create a simple design with a layered façade that would fit in with the community’s architectural theme.
Marketed as 200 East 39th Street and expected to open in fall 2014, the new building will rise 213 feet and will sit on two adjacent lots occupied by the old Frontier Diner and a brownstone building.
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Rendering of 146 South 4th Street via Lo Magno Construction
Rendering of 200 East 39th Street via SK Development