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Website Launched For Condo Tower Replacing ‘Love Letter To Brooklyn’ Garage

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DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN- Earlier this week, development firm Tishman Speyer revealed images and information on 11 Hoyt, the new condo tower currently being built where the five-story garage that showcased Stephen Powers“Love Letter to Brooklyn” mural once stood.

11 Hoyt rendering via 11hoytbrooklyn.com

Located across the street from Macy’s and The Wheeler, another Tishman Speyer development, the 51-story building was designed by the Chicago-based architectural firm, Studio Gang, as well as the New York-based Hill West Architects.

The building will feature 480 residential units and 55,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities. 11 Hoyt will offer studios and one- to four-bedroom condos with prices estimated from $600,000 to more than $4 million.

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Hoyt and Livingston Streets, 11 Hoyt will rise in the vacant space on the right (Photo: Pamela Wong/BKLYNER)

Sales will launch this summer and the project is scheduled to be completed by mid-2020, Curbed reports.

Learn more about the building at 11hoytbrooklyn.com.

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  1. Does Brooklyn need another condo tower? I live in the bay, a mile of the tower put up next to the train station. Before it was put up, it was already difficult to navigate along Emmons Ave. and the parallel-lettered streets going all the way up to Avenue U. Now that this tower is complete and occupied it’s gone from difficult to a nightmare. I find it impossible to believe there are that many people with the kind of money it takes to reside in these towers begging to come to Brooklyn. Are there studies done on the impact on the neighborhood and its infastructure BEFORE these projects are begun or are profits put ahead of people? The answer is obvious!

  2. Yet another condo tower! I find it sad that I am no longer as surprised as I used to be at the construction of these towering buildings. How long will it be until Brooklyn is devoured by these buildings. WAKE UP Brooklyn!

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