The Brooklyn Eagle reports that the conversion of 166 Montague Street to condos is complete:
Brooklyn Eagle: RKT&B Architects announces the completion of the adaptive reuse/restoration of 166 Montague St., originally built in 1891 by the Franklin Trust Bank.
Described as a “gem” in the most recent edition of the AIA Guide to New York City, the building is one of the most important historic buildings in Brooklyn Heights.
RKT&B orchestrated a complete gut renovation of this landmark structure on behalf of developer United Management. Floors were repositioned, new vertical circulation systems were inserted, and new west-facing windows, balconies, and a rooftop terrace were introduced to take advantage of stunning harbor views. A slender one-story glass addition off Clinton Street was designed to access the commercial component of the building.