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Keep in mind that this could gain some extra height due to the extra development rights. So really, this could breach the 900 foot mark. Time will tell. The race is on when it comes to who will get the tallest. Is it Queens, Brooklyn, or even JC. The race to the first supertall.

In terms of highrises, Queens is really shining on the category. The recent December permit frenzy is revealing that Queens is leading the boroughs when it comes to construction; especially in the over 12 floor category.
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Posting from the 111 thread. Though not confirmed, Brooklyn was mentioned as one of the locations of SHoP's 4 supertalls currently in the works in New York...let's speculate.
(Also, though SHoP is working on this tower, they could also be working for Barnett on CityPoint 3.)



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- 111 w 57th

- the High Line

- Brooklyn

- Lower Manhattan

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INSTALLATION OF 445 LINEAR FEET OF HEAVY DUTY SIDEWALK SHED DURING BUILDING ALTERATION

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INTERIOR DEMOLITION AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS FILED HEREWITH.
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BTW, there's only one dot on that NY project map where both the Extell and JDS towers would be, so I'm going to go ahead and say the supertall Brooklyn project (which Gregg Pasquarelli says would be by far the tallest in Brooklyn) would be this one.
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BTW, there's only one dot on that NY project map where both the Extell and JDS towers would be, so I'm going to go ahead and say the supertall Brooklyn project (which Gregg Pasquarelli says would be by far the tallest in Brooklyn) would be this one.
That's very intriguing. It's about time Brooklyn gets a solid, nicely designed supertall.
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That's very intriguing. It's about time Brooklyn gets a solid, nicely designed supertall.
Yes, and beyond that, a nicely designed tower. Brooklyn has been seeing a steady stream of crap - nice development, but nothing to write home about architecturally. And I'm not hard to please. So hopefully SHoP will give us something not only noteworthy for it's height, but something Brooklyn can be proud of and glad to claim as tallest.
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Yes, and beyond that, a nicely designed tower. Brooklyn has been seeing a steady stream of crap - nice development, but nothing to write home about architecturally. And I'm not hard to please. So hopefully SHoP will give us something not only noteworthy for it's height, but something Brooklyn can be proud of and glad to claim as tallest.
Wow! 1,000 FT+ in Brooklyn. I knew they day would come but this is sooner than I thought (which is cool). This is exciting for the borough and the city as a whole !

I agree however, this tower has to be stunning. It'll be a signature tower for the borough for a while (most likely) so SHoP must deliver something spectacular. I believe they will.

Great video finding NYGuy lets hope for the best!
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^ Yeah, and there's still the matter of what Barnett has planned for Citypoint 3. That's a little further off, but it would be something if Extell topped JDS here like JDS did with 111 and One57. They should play that game around the city, wherever one builds, the other follows. And we decide who did it better......
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Awesome stuff going on in Brooklyn these days

I take it there still isn't a rendering for this one, only the massing image?
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Awesome stuff going on in Brooklyn these days

I take it there still isn't a rendering for this one, only the massing image?
We don't even have a massing image.

The tower will rise along this stretch of Flatbush...


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There's a lot of activity in Brooklyn now, but when this tower is built it will change everything.


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FILING FOR PARTIAL DEMOLITION OF TWO STORY BRICK AND STEEL FRAME BUILDING PART OF EXISTING FIVE STORY BUILDING 340 FLATBUSH AVENUE EXTENSION. AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS FILED HEREWITH.
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SUPPORT OF EXCAVATION AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS FILED HEREWITH.

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FILE BUILDERS PAVEMENT PLAN AS SHOWN AS SHOWN ON DRAWINGS FILED HEREWITH. IN CONJUNCTION WITH NB# 320914338.
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Currently listed as "650" ft with "65" floors, which obviously won't be the case...


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Building Height (ft.): Existing: 650

Building Stories: Existing: 65

Dwelling Units: Existing: 495
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1,000-Foot Tower Is Probably Coming to Downtown Brooklyn

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Downtown Brooklyn might be getting its own 1,000-plus-foot tower. Developers Michael Stern of JDS Development and Joe Chetrit of Chetrit Group have been trying for a while now to cobble together development rights for a major project on the small triangular block bounded by Flatbush Avenue Extension, Dekalb Avenue, and Fleet Street. With news that Stern's forked over $90 million for the landmarked Dimes Savings Bank and its 300,000 square feet of development rights on that very block, it looks like the duo have something up their sleeves. According to Crain's, the developers have now amassed about 600,000 square feet of development rights, or enough square footage to erect a building on par in height with the Empire State Building.

Chetrit and Stern purchased a small triangular site on the block at 340 Flatbush Avenue Extension in June of 2014 for $43 million, with initial plans to erect a 775-foot-tall tower designed by SHoP Architects. It looks like the developers put the kibosh on that project, as they continued to seek air rights surrounding the site after those initial permits were filed. In September, Chetrit and Stern—and everyone else who made multi-million dollar offers—were turned down by the family that owns Junior's Most Fabulous Cheesecake and Deserts, who briefly put their Flatbush Avenue Extension storefront on the market before deciding that tradition trumps dollars.

Because of the 150-year-old bank's landmarked status, it won't be going anywhere anytime soon. Crain's suggests that it might become high-end retail space related to the project, or perhaps be incorporated as lobby space alongside a new tower in a way similar to how Stern is incorporating the landmarked interior of the former Steinway & Sons showroom at his tower at 111 West 57th Street.
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Per Crains NY this building may be as tall as the ESB. This will probably be the dominant landmark of downtown Brooklyn.
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Brooklyn may soon get a tower nearly as tall as the Empire State Building

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Brooklyn could soon have a residential skyscraper as tall as the Empire State Building.

Developer Michael Stern, the builder of one of the tallest luxury condo towers on Manhattan's Billionaires' Row, and real estate developer Joe Chetrit have struck a $90 million deal to acquire the former Dime Savings Bank of New York, located adjacent to the famed restaurant Junior's in downtown Brooklyn.

The bank at 9 Dekalb Ave. is a 150-year-old landmarked Neo-Roman building with a domed roof and an ornate interior. But perhaps more important than the building, which could become a prime retail location for an upscale brand like Apple, are the development rights that come with it: roughly 300,000-square-feet.

Mr. Stern could use them to build a tower next door at 340 Flatbush Avenue Extension, a property he owns in partnership with Mr. Chetrit. Combined with existing air rights, a nearly 600,000-square-foot tower could rise there.

No building has ever eclipsed 1,000 feet in any of the boroughs outside Manhattan and only a handful of towers have crossed that mark in Manhattan, though that list is growing. One source familiar with the deal suggested that Mr. Stern could build a tower potentially higher than the Empire State Building, whose spire stands at 1,454 feet. Only one other residential tower plans to soar that high, a 1,775-foot-tall building being developed by Extell Development, which is currently under construction in Manhattan on West 57th Street, known as Billionaires' Row.

A more likely outcome is a tower that is as tall as the Empire State Building itself, minus its antenna. That's a cool 1,250 feet. A source familiar with the deal said the tower will likely be between 1,000 feet and 1,200 feet tall.

According to published reports, the tallest tower in Brooklyn is 388 Bridge St. at 590 feet tall—half the size of what Mr. Stern may have planned for his site—followed by The Brooklyner, which is 514 feet tall.
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Also let's not forget right next door (adjacent to this site) we'll have City Point (Tower) 3. With EXTELL being the developer!!!

Two supertalls coming? Or just my wishful thinking? The Brooklyn skyline is about to be in the ranks after these two towers are unveiled! Exciting times for the borough and city skyline as a whole =)
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^ Very exciting times for Brooklyn between this and City Point Phase 3.

If this thing actually turns out to be in the range they are talking about, Brooklyn is gonna need some stuff in the 700-900ft range to help bridge the gap between it and the current crop of 500-600ft towers currently popping up all over down there.
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