Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Livingston Street Corridor 'Rises From the Ashes'

It's taken years, the Brooklyn Eagle says, but if all goes according to plan, the "Livingston Corridor" (Livingston and Schermerhorn, and some of State Street and Atlantic Avenue) will soon have 1,559 new housing units, an office building for HIP and maybe three hotels.

Fourteen new townhouses have been built on State Street, and all have been sold, with about 12 more planned. State Renaissance Court complex will include 79 market-rate rentals and 79 affordable rentals on Schermerhorn Street.

The Eagle's Dennis Holt says that even Two Trees Management is surprised at the market interest in 110 Livingston St., the former Board of Education building.

Read the whole story here.

Photos of 110 Livingston (top) and State Renaissance Court by MK Metz.

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