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Rendering of 33 Frost Street (Mortar Architecture and Development) Rendering of 33 Frost Street (Mortar Architecture and Development)
Off the beloved G train, Anthony Morena's architecture and development firm, Mortar, has hatched plans to build a 10-unit condo at 33 Frost Street in North Williamsburg. Situated one block south of Williamsburg's premier green space, McCarren Park, the project is equidistant to the G line's Metropolitan Avenue and Nassau Street stations and may be completed by the time the L train resumes service into Manhattan.

The first rendering posted by Mortar shows a dynamic design with inset terraces, panels of wooden screens, and a pair of exterior scissor staircases. The five-floor project will rise from a vacant lot which Mortar paid $3.95M for in 2017. Approved plans say there will be just two apartments per floor averaging roughly 1,000 square feet apiece. There will be one ground-floor parking spot and a "recreation space" on the roof.

A 2017 New York Times story about how Brooklyn developers have prepared for the L train shutdown, explains that many developers have sought out properties along the G, J, M and Z lines rather than the L. “There were already a lot of natural drivers pushing people into Greenpoint, but the L train shutdown has meant more people paying attention to it,” Mr. Morena tells the paper. Other ongoing developments by Mortar include the nearby 585 Union Avenue, 167 Eagle Street in Greenpoint, and 873 Pacific Street which is selling one to three-bedroom condos from $1,650,000.
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33-Frost-Street-0043 Google streetview of the building site at 33 Frost
33-Frost-Street-00403 Google Earth aerial showing the project's location