Gene Kaufman

  • Williamsburg Adaptive Reuse Near Completion

    The Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn has been a residential hotspot for some time now—ever since Brooklyn was discovered by hipsters and people tired of paying Manhattan rents—and the latest of a swarm of recent residential developments, 172 North 10th St., is nearly finished. The project is an adaptive reuse.

    Northeast 25 June 2014 14:02

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