The project is inclusive and will celebrate the creation of new spaces for diverse groups of people to live, work, and thrive.
800 new schools seats in two discrete schools, one new elementary school and one replacement facility for Khalil Gibran International Academy.
200 units of permanently affordable housing for very low income to moderate income families.
A new cultural facility in a restored historic school building on the corner of Schermerhorn Street and 3rd Avenue.
100 Flatbush aims to be the City's first all-electric skyscraper, with zero reliance on carbon-based fuels; the building aims to set a new standard for carbon free buildings.
The schools will be the first Passive House public schools in NYC, designed to the highest standards of energy efficiency and indoor air quality.
The Alloy Block will contain zero parking spaces for cars and over 500 spaces for bikes. Its proximity to Atlantic Terminal will encourage the use of transit, walking, and biking.
Community engagement and support of local non-profits have been central project goals.
← Artist-in-residency space donated for BRICworkspace.