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

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  • Rendering: Dattner Architects / Bernheimer Architecture

  • Rendering: Dattner Architects / Bernheimer Architecture

  • Rendering: Dattner Architects / Bernheimer Architecture

Rendering: Dattner Architects / Bernheimer Architecture

Plans for the final part of the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District—which, confusingly, is actually in Fort Greene—have crystallized with the development of the BAM North Site II.


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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