510 Driggs Avenue will be a new mixed-use development with generous outdoor spaces located in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. The six-story building will include 44 units ranging from studios to four-bedroom apartments. Retail is included on the ground level.
The building’s design blends with the local architecture both in scale and material. The brick frontage of the lower levels maintains the continuous street wall, while the warm gray brick facade and structure are based on a 25-foot module that relates to the typical width of surrounding residences. On the upper floors the building steps away from the street wall, creating terraces and allowing for the introduction of a glass window wall.
Residents will have access to an expansive rooftop garden with private cabanas and grilling stations. A lushly planted courtyard, a children’s play area, a multi-purpose resident lounge with co-working space and a coffee bar, and a fitness center are also included. In total, the development provides over 1,000 sf of outdoor spaces.
Apartment units will feature European white oak floors; floor-to-ceiling curtain wall windows; open-concept layouts; and bathrooms with custom vanities, marble floors, and Toto toilets. Kitchens will feature marble countertops, custom cabinets, eat-in peninsular or islands, and a full suite of Miele appliances.
The build team includes Woods Bagot (architect), MPFP (landscape architecture), McNamara • Salvia (structural engineer), Philip Habib & Associates (civil engineer), Ventrop ECG, PLLC (MEP engineer).