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The Rheingold, 10 Montieth Street

Between Bushwick Avenue & Stanwix Street

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Carter Horsley
Review by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.com.
 

This very impressive, large, block-square, 7-story, rental apartment development at 10 Montieth Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn was completed in 2018. 

The building, which is known as The Rheingold, was developed by the Rabsky group, which is headed by Simon Dubinsky, and it paid $53 million for the site in 2014.  

It has 392 units of which 100 are "affordable." 

The building was designed by ODA New York, which is headed by Eran Chen, and is notable for its dramatic rooftop gardens, large central courtyard and colorful façades. 

ODA is also the architect of Denizen Bushwick, a huge, mid-rise, two-block, 911-unit rental development also in Bushwick by All Year Management on another former Rheingold Brewery site, that is notable for its many craft spaces and art studios and multi-story murals in glass-enclosed corridors. 

ODA's other projects in the city include 15 Union Square West and 100 Norfolk Street in Manhattan and 10 Jay Street and 416-420 Kent Avenue in Brooklyn. 

This building's interior was by Durukan Design. A May 27, 2017 article by Tanay Warekar at ny.curbed.com said that the project's interior "renderings reveal a very start-up-y and industrial vibe," adding that it is "just one of the several former Rheingold Brewery sites that are not being developed into residential units." 

The J, M, and Z subway lines stop nearby at the Myrtle Avenue Station and the B57 bus is a block away.

Bottom Line

One of the city's most ambitious and daring low-rise residential projects that puts to shame most high-rise projects of any type: its "wow" factor is off the charts, an asymmetrical steeplechase at almost every turn and twist and jut.

Description

With a white base punctuated by orange, yellow and red projecting window frames, the asymmetric top of the building is a dark grey with a sloping roofline. 

A March 20, 2015 article by Dana Schultz at 6sqft.com  noted that "true to ODA's style , the building takes a boxy form with protruding and recessional elements." 

The sloping roof and cascading terraces were designed to maximize sunlight for the courtyard. 

At one end of the building, there is a large lightcourt topped by an impressive, angled skybridge.

Amenities

The building has a concierge service, a 25,000-square-foot roof deck with grill stations, a graffiti wall, and swings, and a bocce court, a climbing wall, a squash court, a game room, a children's playroom, a screening room, a sauna, art studios, a business center, a dog run, a pet spa, a video intercom, and yoga and dance studios.  The courtyard has a fire pit and mini amphitheater.

Apartments

Apartment 827 is a two-bedroom unit with 1,067 square feet with a 20-foot-wide living room with a balcony and an 8-foot-long open kitchen with a breakfast bar. 

Apartment 420 is a two-bedroom unit with 975 square feet, a 12-foot-long living room with a balcony and an open, 8-foot-long kitchen with a breakfast bar. 

Apartment 746 is one-bedroom unit with 745 square feet with a 17-foot-long living room with a balcony and an 8-foot-wide open kitchen. 

Apartment 717 is a one-bedroom unit with 620 square feet and a 15-foot-long living room with an open kitchen and a balcony.  The bedroom also has a balcony. 

Apartment 632 is a one-bedroom unit with 551 square feet with a 15-foot-wide living room with an open kitchen and a large balcony.