Construction is underway on 360 Wythe Avenue, a heavy timber building in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. Designed by Flank, a design and development firm, the building is one of two heavy timber structures currently under construction in Williamsburg by the firm. Along with 320 Wythe, these will be the first brick and beam structures to be built in New York City in nearly a century.
360 Wythe is the larger of the two buildings and will offer retail, office, and residential square footage. The heavy timber structure is nearing topping out at the southern half of the site, with only one more floor to be erected. At the northern half of the site, heavy timber has yet to rise.
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