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The new mixed-use residential tower at 210 Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn is nearing completion. (Credit: CityRealty) The new mixed-use residential tower at 210 Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn is nearing completion. (Credit: CityRealty)
Progress continues at the 26-story mixed-use residential tower under construction in Downtown Brooklyn at 210 Livingston Street. The project is from collaborators Rose Associates and Benson Capital Partners, the co-developers, and Handel Architects designed the building which has a contextual brick façade rising to several tiers as it wraps to Hoyt Street, and then on to Schermerhorn Street.

Construction began in December 2015 and we checked-in on the project last year when the 340,000-square-foot building began to rise above ground. According to Rose Associates, it topped out in January 2017 and an on-site leasing office is expected to open in winter 2017. Inside, 368 rental apartments will be configured in studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts, and the firm's chief development officer James L. Hedden notes, “this property is emblematic of the evolution of the area, and we look forward to welcoming our first tenants in late 2017.”
210-livingston-street The project includes 368 rental units and more than 20,000 square feet of commercial and retail space. (Image via Benson Capital Partners)
(Credit: CityRealty)
(Credit: CityRealty)
(Credit: CityRealty)
Residential tenants will have access to three separate outdoor spaces; a courtyard, a 15th-floor landscaped terrace, and a roof deck with grills and a sun deck. Other amenities will include a resident's club with lounges, game rooms, a catering kitchen and a fitness center. An underground parking garage is included in the project, as well as a brand new subway entrance on Schermerhorn Street that will service the A, C and G lines at the Hoyt-Schermerhorn station.

The 80/20 project includes 293 market rate units, and 74 units are reserved for qualified New Yorkers who apply through the city's housing lottery program. According to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, the property was constructed using air rights from a neighboring property at 222 Livingston Street, which were purchased by the developers for more than $1.8 million.

Visit CityRealty’s 210 Livingston Street profile for additional coverage and information, and see more properties managed by Rose Associates here.
A rendering of the building's frontage and retail base on Livingston Street. (Image via Rose Associates)
The Schermerhorn Street frontage with the new A/C/G subway entrance. (Image via Rose Associates)

Rose Associates

Rose Associates
Hoyt & Horn Leasing
45 Hoyt Street
New York, NY 10016
(347) 305-XXXX

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