Ogle stunning new renderings for the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District
Check out plans for EyeBAM, the newest and final building, which will include housing, a cultural facility and exhibition center, and a restaurant
Fri Oct 25 2013
Rendering: Dattner Architects / Bernheimer Architecture
The building, dubbed "EyeBAM," will be a mixed-use structure comprising a cultural facility with art and technology nonprofit Eyebeam, and science and art center Science Gallery; 12 stories of affordable and market-rate apartments; and a Craft-brand restaurant. Click through the above renderings for a glimpse at the building, which looks to have a roof garden. It will be at the corner of Lafayette Avenue and Ashland Place, and construction is scheduled to begin in 2015.
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