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The first photo is actually 250 Ashland Place.
     
     
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Walls Rising at 53-Story Rental Tower on Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn





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The walls are rising at 333 Schermerhorn Street, the 53-story rental tower from developer Douglas Steiner of Steiner Studios. Located in downtown Brooklyn, the 581-unit building will reach 577 feet and join the numerous other towers under construction in this booming part of Brooklyn. Above, the south facade from Schermerhorn Street.

The tower massing is composed of a rectangular form with a serrated facade on the long elevations. These angled piers create a series of corner units that offer better views than a standard unit.

Brick and glass will be the primary facade materials, with glass increasing on the southeast portion of the tower. Amenities in the tower include a landscaped outdoor terrace with sun deck, fitness center with yoga studio, a dog run, a grilling terrace, and bike storage.

At the base of the site, a podium of three stories will house 35,000 square feet of retail. Dattner Architects is leading the design of the project along with Goldstein Hill & West Architects. Completion is scheduled for 2017.
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Constuction Update: The Hub At 333 Schermerhorn Street, Downtown Brooklyn

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The development boom is kicking into high gear in Downtown Brooklyn, between the nearly complete Ava DoBro at 100 Willoughby Street, the two topped out residential towers at City Point, and Two Trees’ 36-story BAM South Tower. Today we have an update on 333 Schermerhorn Street, aka The Hub, thanks to YIMBY reader and prolific photographer Tectonic.

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Jeez this shot up pretty quickly! Decent design, too.
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Real bricks, huh?


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there's something heartwarming and friendly about red bricks
. . providing the design isn't totally mundane . .
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Slight floor revision and height:

NEW YORK | The Hub (333 Schermehorn) | 610 FT | 56 FLOORS

Can be found in the link above this post, and below the pic in the credit section.
     
     
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I like this tower and I think it really adds a lot of "heft" to the Brooklyn skyline however I hate that it takes practically an entire block of land just to get a tower this size. The low rise base taking up most of the block is unfortunate.
     
     
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wow downtown Brooklyn . .
so many new big ones . .
I followed your tallest ones going up a year or two back . .
but it seems I've fallen way behind now on some of your newer giants . .
Is the Hub your new tallest right now ? . .
Your silhouette is beginning to look like I always thought it should've looked . .

I like the asymmetry of the Hub's crown thusfar . .
looks like there's some sort of giant concrete table-form up there . .
I hope it remains as enigmatic-looking as it does now . .
and doesn't become part of some pragmatic commonplace building section . .
or do I remember screens and spikes planned for up there . .
that would be fierce ! . .
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