NEW YORK | 210 Livingston St | 280 FT | 26 FLOORS

Permits Filed: 280-Foot Rental Tower Coming to 210 Livingston Street, Downtown Brooklyn

BY: STEPHEN SMITH ON SEPTEMBER 16TH 2014 AT 1:00 PM


210 Livingston Street, old structure (singe demolished) to the right of the blue dot, overhead shot from Bing Maps

Back in February, the Wall Street Journal broke the news that Benenson Capital Partners and Rose Associates were joining forces to develop a rental tower in downtown Brooklyn, at 210 Livingston Street. Aside from the general bulk (they pegged it at 300,000 square feet), though, scant details were released

Now that a new building permit application has been filed, we can fill in some of the details.

The tower should reach 280 feet into the air, and would have 26 floors of rental apartments and ground-level retail. There would be 349 housing units divided between 310,000 square feet of net residential space, served by 112 garage parking spots. The building would also hold a bit more than 14,000 square feet of commercial space, for a total construction area of 365,000 square feet – a bit more than twice as dense as the office building that was razed to make way for it.

Handel Architects filed for the permit.

Benenson, Rose seek $158M construction loan for DoBro tower

[QUOTE]Benenson Capital Partners and Rose Associates are in line to receive a $158 million construction loan for their upcoming Downtown Brooklyn tower.

The state’s Housing Finance Agency plans to issue bonds for the construction of the 25-story, 368-unit apartment tower at 210 Livingston Street, which JPMorgan will purchase.

Benenson and Rose reckon the tower will cost roughly $236 million to develop. That figure includes hard and soft costs and a developer fee of $4 million. In exchange for the bond financing, the partners agreed to set aside 20 percent of the building’s apartments as affordable housing.[/QUOTE]

http://therealdeal.com/blog/2015/10/08/benenson-rose-seek-158m-construction-loan-for-dobro-tower/#sthash.CCDkFlxV.dpuf

At street level

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Taken yesterday.

You can see the old macys parking lot in the background under netting to be taken down.

Also found a rendering on buzzbuzzhome




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A week ago…

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12/14

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Any updates from the front and back of this project??

These are from 01.19


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Thanks for responding tec, if you get a chance please get a more recent update.

https://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3684/31993723143_d0bd663ddb_b.jpg

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Nice pics! Are they from today?

02/08 quick cell phone shots.

2/18

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Nice update JC!. Just in time for some crane action.

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From Friday by me

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