We last stopped in at 40-05 Crescent Street back in March when the building had just topped out.1 When we stopped by the future home of a mixed-use building that will contain 32 apartments and more than 10,000 square feet of manufacturing space on the ground floor, we saw that facade work has started, as seen in the photo below. A rendering on site shows a targeted delivery date of 2018, and judging from the pace of construction, it likely will be summer of this year.
New York YIMBY was the first to snag a copy of the renderings, and has more details about the project:2
[T]he project […] will include 32 apartments spread across 25,018 square feet of space. With roughly 781 square feet per apartment, we’re expecting rentals. Two cellar levels will house 48 parking spots and bike storage space, and there will be 11,415 square feet of “manufacturing space” on the first two floors. The Schedule A filing reveals a contractor’s business will occupy those first two floors, as well as retail space. Apartments will fill part of the second floor and the remaining three floors within the 67-foot-tall development.