Built on the site of the former Rheingold brewery, the project will run two full city blocks between Stanwix Street and Evergreen Avenue at Melrose Street, and will consist of 800 to 900 units, 20% of which will be set aside as affordable housing.
But as DNA info reports, there’s more to it than that. Architects ODA New York describe their design as a “city within a city,” a “European village" replete with cafes, galleries, a rooftop garden and meandering walk-ways. Sounds civilized!
As the renderings show, the place looks pretty nice—and also offers further proof, if you need it, that Bushwick is over.