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Developer Bushburg Properties is moving forward with its plans to build a 28-story residential development at 8-16 Nevins Street in downtown Brooklyn. A new building application was filed last week for the 124,287-square-foot building, which will include 149 apartments spread across 117,846 square feet of residential space. There will also be 6,440 square feet of ground floor retail.

Apartments will be studios, one- and two-bedrooms, some of which will be affordable, according to the website of architect Stephen Jacobs Group. Without the affordable housing, Bushburg could only build a 90,000-square-foot project under the site’s current zoning. The 24th floor will feature two duplex two-bedroom apartments, and there will be a “two-story amenity floor with gym and lounge on the 25th floor with direct access to outdoor space, all with panoramic views of the city,” according to the description.

By day, the building will look like the rendering on the left; at night, the LED lighting in the bulkhead will glow. NY YIMBY published the renderings earlier this month, and said the LEDs in this building and 388 Bridge Street “will distinguish the DoBro skyline from its comparatively boring counterparts in Long Island City and New Jersey.” The architects said they hope to add a pedestrian connection between Nevins and Grove Place, which dead ends behind the existing buildings.

The Williamsburg-based Bushburg bought the two sites between Fulton and Livingston for $16,200,000 last October with plans to demolish the two three-story storefronts at 8 and 16 Nevins. Demolition permits have not yet been filed.

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Good to see that permits where filed for this project.



Also more info on this on page 32 of the NY Highrise Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show....php?p=6521250

Also here is the official developer website for the project. (SBJ Group): http://www.sbjgroup.com/project/list...-nevins-street


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Located in the Brooklyn Downtown Special District, this mixed-income residential rental building contains approximately 135,000 gsf. On the exterior, this signature building consists of large expanses of window wall, a volumetrically clearly defined concrete core and sheer wall, and a three-dimensional wrapping metal band with punched openings framing the window wall. The top of the building includes two special two-story high two-bedroom apartments on the 24th floor, and a two-story amenity floor with gym and lounge on the 25th floor with direct access to outdoor space, all with panoramic views of the city. Above, the metal mesh clad bulkhead glows at night with the use of LED lighting.

On the interior, the layouts of the 136 apartments are efficient and practical with a mix of studios, one, and two-bedroom apartments including the required HPD approved Inclusionary Housing units. The ground floor consists of the residential lobby and several retail spaces, some fronting Nevins Street, and others fronting the arcaded extension of Grove Place.

This project, situated at the end of Grove Place, currently a dead end, provided the opportunity to establish a pedestrian connection between Grove Place and Nevins Street in the hope of activating the urbanistically significant alley.
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Occupancy Classification: R-2 - RESIDENTIAL: APARTMENT HOUSES Yes No
Construction Classification: I-B: 2 HOUR PROTECTED - NON-COMBUST Yes No
Multiple Dwelling Classification: HAEA
Building Height (ft.): 318
Building Stories: 28
Dwelling Units: 149
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Great to see permits filed!

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Occupancy Classification: R-2 - RESIDENTIAL: APARTMENT HOUSES
Construction Classification: I-B: 2 HOUR PROTECTED - NON-COMBUST
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Building Height (ft.): 318
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Another tower for Downtown!
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Demolition Planned for Three Downtown Brooklyn Storefronts



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Three storefronts at 8-16 Nevins Street in Downtown Brooklyn will meet the wrecking ball to make way for a 28-story tower with a cutout and LED lights. Demolition applications were filed last week to knock down the three two- and three-story buildings at 8, 12 and 14 Nevins.

Developer Bushburg Properties is building the 124,287-square-foot building, which will house 149 apartments, as well as some affordable units, as we reported earlier. Amenities will include a rooftop lounge, a gym, and a mesh-clad metal bulkhead that will light up with LEDs at night.

The 318-foot-tall highrise will also have 6,440 square feet of ground floor retail. Architects Stephen B Jacobs Group are designing the project. Bushburg snagged the properties between Fulton and Livingston last September for $16,690,050, according to public records.
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Three Downtown Buildings Demolished for Skyscraper With Colorful Lights at Night



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Three buildings in Downtown Brooklyn, at 8-16 Nevins Street, are being knocked down to make way for a new 28-story tower. The demolition is quite far along, as is apparent from these photos taken on Tuesday. The developer, Bushburg Properties, plans to build a 124,287-square-foot building on the site with 149 apartments as well as some affordable units.

One of the buildings, 16 Nevins Street, a Building of the Day in 2010, gained its whimsical mock Tudor look in the 1920 and housed a restaurant called Joe’s, once a favorite haunt of local civic leaders and politicians.

The new 318 foot-tall tower will be topped by a mesh-clad metal bulkhead that will light up with colored LEDs at night. The building, which was designed by Stephen B. Jacobs Group, will also have 6,440 square feet of ground floor retail.
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A Manhattan-based residential builder has partnered with Vanke, a large Chinese development firm, to buy a downtown Brooklyn site and build a 33-story condo tower.

Adam America Real Estate and Vanke, along with Slate Property Group, has closed on the acquisition of the development site at 10 Nevins St. for $47.75 million, according to city property records. The team plans to begin erecting a 180,000-square-foot building with 150 apartments early next year. Melissa Warren and Ofer Cohen, founders of the Brooklyn-based brokerage firm TerraCRG, arranged the sale.


Cohen said an added perk at 10 Nevins St. is that the previous owner had already completed plans for the new tower and secured city construction approvals. That will allow Adam America and its partners to begin construction immediately and "capitalize on the tremendous demand for condo housing options in the area," Cohen said.

The development will be the second deal Adam America and Vanke have worked on together. Earlier this year, Adam America and Slate sold a residential development site to the Chinese firm at 251 First St. in Park Slope (also known as 275 Fourth Ave.), according to Omri Sachs, a co-founder of Adam America. Vanke subsequently hired the two firms to manage the process of building a 44-unit condo property there.

"We have a lot of local knowledge and expertise, and they have a tremendous capability and understanding in construction," said Sachs, adding that his firm and Vanke are in the process of completing what will be their third, and largest, deal together in the city—a condo conversion in Manhattan. He could not provide the details of that project because the acquisition has not been finished.

"[Vanke] is building something like 200,000 units a year in China ,and we are exploring ways to utilize their unique ability to source materials for our projects together," he said.

The 10 Nevins St. development will join a wave of construction in downtown Brooklyn, most of it new residential buildings. Sachs said that the demand for high-end condos is strong because much of the new supply in the neighborhood is rentals.

"When you look ahead at what the neighborhood is going to be in two years when this building is finished, it's going to be totally different, with great retail and hotels and high rises," Sachs said. "This is an area that is going to feel very much like an extension of Manhattan."

Adam America is building another condo project nearby, at 319 Schermerhorn St., that will be 23 stories tall and contain 79 units. The two projects will complement each other, Sachs said.

"The units at Schermerhorn are more of a [starter]-type product in terms of their size," Sachs said. "Nevins will have bigger apartments, although both buildings will also offer a little variety."
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28-Story, 147-Unit Mixed-Use Building Planned At 8 Nevins Street, Downtown Brooklyn





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A rendering has been posted on-site of the planned mixed-use project under development at 8-16 Nevins Street and 299-301 Livingston Street, in Downtown Brooklyn.

When developers Adam America Real Estate, Slate Property Group, and Shenzhen-based China Vanke Co. closed on the purchase of the site in late 2015, a 33-story, 150-unit building was said to be planned. Since then, the project’s floor count has been reduced, with the latest building permits indicating a 28-story, 147-unit structure is in the works. It should be noted the floor count of the building in the latest rendering is 25 stories, indicating plans may not be finalized at this point.

According to plans at the Department of Buildings, the structure will encompass 140,296 square feet and rise 345 feet to its bulkhead pinnacle. There will be 6,657 square feet of retail space across the ground and cellar floors, followed by apartments, averaging 800 square feet apiece, on the second through 27th floors.

Stephen B. Jacobs Group is the architect of record. Following the demolition of four three-story mixed-use buildings last year, the 13,519-square-foot site is now vacant. Completion on the new building is expected by the end of 2018.
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ODA New York’s latest Downtown Brooklyn building will have condos from $590K



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Adam America Real Estate and ODA New York have been plenty busy in New York in the past few years; that team has no fewer than five collaborations in the works right now, including several projects in the Boerum Hill/Downtown Brooklyn area.

One of those projects, at 10 Nevins Street (with Slate Property Group as a co-developer), is gearing up for a sales launch sometime in the next few months; ahead of that, more details about the development, known as the Brooklyn Grove, have come out, along with a teaser website.

The building will have entrances on both Nevins Street and Grove Place in Downtown Brooklyn, with 184 condos spread out across its 27 stories. The units will be a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, with apartments beginning at $590,000 and topping out at north of $2.5 million.

ODA is responsible for the interiors, while Steven B. Jacobs is the architect of record. The building will have a muted color palette, with dark gray brick on the exterior, and natural materials—wood, marble—within. There will also be a unique, dual-level amenities space with aquatic, fitness, and entertaining perks.
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