Well, here it is – the all bricked up 73 Pineapple Street. It’s come a long way since Karl Junkersfeld filed a video report about its early stage progress. Wonder what the apartments will eventually look like.
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The latest edition to Brooklyn Heights, 73 Pineapple Street, is now just about all bricked up, a long way from our photo in September. What do you think?
73 Pineapple Street, a rare piece of new construction in Brooklyn Heights, added some bricks to its facade this week. Its original design was shot down by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, but a new plan was later approved and embraced by neighborhood preservationists. What do you think of the brick?
The Brooklyn Eagle reports that proposed building at 73 Pineapple will be a “good neighbor” according to architect of Sherida Paulsen of Pasanella + Klein Stolzman + Berg (PKSB) Architects, also the firm behind the revamped 20 Henry Street:
According to the ubiquitous Brownstoner, The Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously approved the latest 73 Pineapple Street design: Evidently none of the commissioners shared our concern about the alignment of the facade and the size of the bulkhead because they voted 9-0 to approve the new designs last week. For what it's worth, I find that […]
Brownstoner reports today on the latest in the 73 Pineapple/LPC saga: Brownstoner: When the developers brought their initial proposal for the empty lot at 73 Pineapple Street in Brooklyn Heights in front of the Landmarks Preservation Commission last August, they were sent back to the drawing board. LPC Chair Robert Tierney urged the architects to […]
Ok, maybe they didn't say that exactly but the LPC did urge Rush Brook Partners to overhaul their proposal for a building on the vacant lot at 73 Pineapple: Brownstoner: The Landmarks Preservation Commission isn’t going to give Rush Brook Partners a free pass to construct a controversial new building at 73 Pineapple Street in […]
As previously reported, the plans for construction at 73 Pineapple will be reviewed by the Landmark Preservation Commission tomorrow after being laid over from the last two meetings. Brownstoner has dedicated some shoe leather to the story:
As previously reported, the "contemporary" plans for construction on the vacant lot at 73 Pineapple will be reviewed by the Landmark Preservation Commission tomorrow. Community Board 2 has already spoken out against the design calling it "foreboding" in a letter to the LPC. The Brooklyn Heights Association has only commented that it "embraces" new contemporary […]
The new owners of the vacant lot at 73 Pineapple Street will face the NYC Landmark Preservation Commission at its next session on August 7. They will be seeking approval to construct a "new five story building" on the property. As previously reported, owner Deepak Raj promises to build a "contemporary" structure on the land […]
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