The last time we checked in at 11-20 46th Road, future home of a four-story commercial building, construction crews had just put up scaffolding on site. When we stopped by last week, we saw that the building has topped out a the fourth floor, and that work has started on the facade. Permits were approved in late 2016, calling for 32,000 square feet of offices in the former home of a two-story warehouse. On-site signage calls for a spring 2018 delivery.
New York YIMBY provided more details in 2016:1
The top two stories of the building will be set back, creating communal roof decks on the second and third floors. The dark orange and tan façade will be re-clad in gray brick and new, longer windows will be carved out of the exterior. Caerus has decided to preserve two large truck entrances to the building, which are currently closed with roll-down gates, by covering those entrances with glass and turning them into double-height lobby spaces.