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Renderings Reveal Mixed-Use Commercial Project at 1160 Flushing Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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The City Planning Department is currently reviewing proposals for a nine-story mixed-use development at 1160 Flushing Avenue. Bushwick, Brooklyn.designed by S9 architecture Developed by totem brooklynthe property comprises over 238,000 square feet and is a mix of retail, office, and light industrial components.

If approved, the building will replace the existing one-story building.

The site is located in an area zoned for primarily ground-up manufacturing or warehouse buildings, and some commercial use. Before developers can begin construction, the city must authorize zoning amendments that permit construction of mixed-use facilities that exceed existing height limits.

1160 Flushing Ave Ground Floor Retail Rendering – S9 Architecture

The rendering reveals a one-story and nine-story volume separated by narrow alleys. The retail department occupies the entire one-story building and his basement up to the second floor of the nine-story building. This component maxes out at 75,586 square feet.

The second and third floors of the nine-story building contain over 40,000 square feet of light industrial space. The remaining floors will house approximately 122,000 square feet of office space.

[From left to right]    1160 Flushing Avenue - S9 Architecture's Building Complex Present Condition and Diagram

[From left to right] 1160 Flushing Avenue – Current condition and diagram of the S9 Architecture cluster of buildings

1160 Flushing Ave - S9 Architecture Elevation and Section

1160 Flushing Avenue – S9 Architecture Elevation and Section

While no specific building amenities have been confirmed, S9 Architecture’s elevations also reveal multiple terrace levels. Once the building is complete, the outdoor spaces above the fifth floor will likely be premium office suites.

The next stage of approval involves review of the environmental impact report by the City Planning Board, Local Community Board and Ward Mayor. The developer expects the project to debut by his 2026.

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