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Excavation Underway On 59-Story, 458-Unit Mixed-Use Tower Planned At 138 Willoughby Street, Downtown Brooklyn



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Excavation work is well underway at the site of a planned 59-story, 458-unit mixed-use tower under development at 138 Willoughby Street, located on the corner of Flatbush Avenue Extension in Downtown Brooklyn. A photo reveals multiple excavators active on site, as well as footings for the foundation. The latest building permits have the project measuring 686,830 square feet and rising 696 feet to its parapet.

Retail space, totaling roughly 68,000 square feet, will be located across the cellar through third floors. The condominium residential units will begin on the seventh floor and end on the 58th floor. Extell Development Company is the developer and Kohn Pedersen Fox is the design architect. SLCE Architects is the executive architect and completion is expected in early 2021.
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Brooklyn's 2nd tallest u/c. 9 Dekalb being first.

For now... that is. It wouldn't suprise me to see City Point Phase III be eclipsed and become number 3 or 4. I think the Macy's parcel has a lot of potential.


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Great that its taller than anticipated. This and 9 Dekalb will be rising at the same time pretty much. The two new tallest(s).
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Construction Under Way on 57-Story Tower at DoBro’s City Point

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Is there a diagram for this tower (in the diagram section)?
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Is there a diagram for this tower (in the diagram section)?
The editors need to work triple shifts to keep up with all thats rising. Props to the editor working on the NY developments, it's a big plate of work.

The lesson to be learned kids is that... as one tower becomes a borough's tallest, another one takes its place. Now, this, and 9 Dekalb will be the 1st and 2nd in the ranking. But who knows, we may have another one in the making that will dethrone 138 Willoughby. Ah yes, there is one! 80 Flatbush, which one tower, at 920 ft, might just be the one. The Redsky assemblage could in theory be another, but we shall see.
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Brooklyn Point
1 CITY POINT, BROOKLYN, NY

ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE: 2020



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When complete, Brooklyn Point will be one of Brooklyn's tallest residential addresses, soaring to 720-feet. The sculptural façade, with oversized windows, frames spectacular views of the New York skyline and waterways. The sixty-eight stories incorporate striking interiors and over 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities.
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Beautiful...and IMO...proportionately suitable neighbor for 9 DeKalb.

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Doesn't look too bad... I like that it's slender.
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Extell’s 68-Story “Brooklyn Point” At 138 Willoughby Street Gets New Renderings, Downtown Brooklyn






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The tower is being designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, and development has been in the works for quite some time. The skyscraper is the last phase of City Point, which has already given rise to two residential towers atop an enormous 600,000 square feet of retail space, immediately adjacent to the burgeoning Fulton Street corridor.

Excavation work for Brooklyn Point was complete as of August, which means verticality is likely imminent. While JDS Development’s planned supertall at 9 DeKalb Avenue will eventually stand a good head and shoulders taller, 138 Willoughby is more likely to reach its parapet first, which means that it will still probably reign as the borough’s tallest skyscraper, for however short a time.

Despite the projects sky-high profile, pricing will actually be fairly reasonable, and will start at $840,000 for studio apartments. There will be 480 residences in total, ranging up to three bedrooms.

SLCE Architects are the architects of record for the project, and completion is anticipated by early 2021. With foundation work already wrapping up, that estimate may, for once, be slightly conservative.
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this will be quite visible over fort greene park. awesome
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