Rendering of the proposed River Street development. James Corner Field Operations and BIG Bjarke Ingels Group, courtesy of Two Trees Management WILLIAMSBURG — On Monday evening developers from Two Trees Management met with concerned North Brooklyn community members about their new plan for the former Con Edison fuel oil storage complex
Last week the Walentas Family Foundation [https://www.twotreesny.com/about-us/art-and-community] announced “The David Prize [https://www.thedavidprize.org/],” a new $1 million award program that will support five innovators working to make New York City a better place. Via thedavidprize.org [https://www.thedavidprize.org/]Named after David
GOWANUS – Two Trees [https://www.twotreesny.com] is asking the city to create an incentive granting more density for projects in Gowanus if developers include “public improvements” in planned buildings. Rendering of Two Trees’ Hoyt Street site, via Practice for Architecture and Urbanism [https://pau.studio/what/gowanus-office-steam-high-school/]If the
DUMBO – More details and a website [https://frontandyork.com] have been released for Morris Adjmi’s “game-changing mixed-used project” at 85 Jay Street [/plans-for-3-former-jehovahs-witnesses-sites-in-dumbo/], the site of a former parking lot occupying a three-acre block bounded by Jay, Front, Bridge, and York Streets. Front & York rendering by Williams New YorkCIM
FORT GREENE – It was revealed last year [/celeb-blogger-compensated-living-300-ashland/] that Rookie [http://www.rookiemag.com/] magazine founder and social media star, Tavi Gevinson, moved into an apartment at 300 Ashland [http://www.300ashland.com/building] and was being compensated by Two Trees, the building’s developers, in a partnership deal consisting
A rendering of the residential building at 260 Kent Street that trainees will have the opportunity to help construct (Rendering via COOKFOX Architects) WILLIAMSBURG – As construction continues apace along the Williamsburg waterfront, mega-developers Two Trees has sponsored job-skill training for up to 40 students through St. Nick’s Alliance’s
BOERUM HILL – The city announced last week that a 16-story mixed-income residential building will be built on two parking lots at NYCHA’s Wyckoff Gardens development in Boerum Hill. Wyckoff Gardens (Photo: Kate Leonova via Property Shark)The project is part of the NextGen Neighborhoods program [http://www1.nyc.gov/
GOWANUS – Real estate development and investment firm, Two Trees, has purchased two adjacent commercial sites in Gowanus for more than $100 million, Crain’s New York [http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20180129/REAL_ESTATE/180129906] reports. Via Google MapsThe first site formerly housed a Pathmark supermarket at 1-37 12th Street.
FORT GREENE – Apple has officially announced [https://www.apple.com/retail/downtownbrooklyn/] that its second Brooklyn outpost will open on Saturday, December 2 at 10am at 300 Ashland [http://www.300ashland.com]. 300 Ashland (Photo: Nathan Haselby)The store’s official address will be 123 Flatbush Avenue. It was announced
FORT GREENE – Last November it was announced [/ibrooklyn-apple-store-coming-to-300-ashland-place/] that Apple was planning to open a second Brooklyn outpost at 300 Ashland Place [http://www.300ashland.com], steps away from BAM, Atlantic Terminal, and the Barclays Center. 300 Ashland (Photo: Pamela Wong/BKLYNER)The tech giant was rumored to have signed
DUMBO – Development firm Two Trees [https://twotreesny.com/] announced on Thursday that DUMBO Market, a new “full-sized supermarket,” will open at 66 Front Street in early 2018. DUMBO (Photo by Pamela Wong/BKLYNER)Located between Washington and Main Streets, the “16,000-square-foot gourmet store” will join two smaller specialty gourmet
Downtown Brooklyn proposed developments, rendering via Alloy DevelopmentFor the 7th year next week TerraCRG’s Only Brooklyn Real Estate Conference [http://onlybklyn.com/] will gather Brooklyn leaders, developers, investors, and financiers in Fort Greene for a day of reflecting and discussing the future of real estate development in our borough.
461 Dean Street (Courtesy BerlinRosen.)Learn how to apply for the affordable housing units [https://a806-housingconnect.nyc.gov/nyclottery/lottery.html#home] that are coming to Fort Greene. Developer Two Trees [http://twotreesny.com/] will hold three workshops from May 2 to June 1 for those interested in applying for