New Rendering of the Dock Street Dumbo Building

Via Curbed NY

[UPDATE: Occupancy for 60 Water Street will happen before 2015.]

As everyone in Dumbo has likely seen, the Dock Street Dumbo building – 60 Water Street (official name) on Dock, Front, and Water Streets – is nearly complete. And finally, we have an updated rendering to match it.

The updated rendering isn’t too much different than the original image from 2008, though it does better capture the glass that now almost fully covers the building’s façade.

The building will have 290 units, 58 of which will be affordable units. Two Trees is slated to begin leasing this fall, with occupancy scheduled before 2015.

Previous Dock Street coverage here:Dock Street Building Now Seven Stories High

3 Comment

  • It’s still a monstrosity. Looks like an old Miami Beach hotel (stick a couple of palm trees in the drawing and you’ll get the picture). Completely disfigures the neighborhood. Shame on the Walentas’.

  • How’s that school coming along?

  • Ha! If only the building were actually that far from the bridge, it would not be such an invasive and hideous monstrosity. That rendering does not at all capture the Great Wall of Dumbo as it appears in real life.