NEW YORK | 11 Hoyt Street (217 Livingston Street) | 620 FT | 52 FLOORS

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#65

winner winner chicken dinner, this building, both this and Brooklyn Pointe have great facades

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#66

I like that its not flat on any sides, unlike 8 Spruce.

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#67

After the rain today:

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#68

This Architectural design does everything right in terms of function: and still manages to pull off a beautiful form. Function: ‘punch windows’ instead of full glass curtain walls - interior spaces feel enclosed, rather than ‘exposed’. Function: large windows to maximize natural light coming in, and views looking out. Function: thick masonry exterior walls - the ‘enclosure’ and or ‘cocoon’ factor for the interior spaces. Form: a beauty of a building - the curves, the facets, the light colored and solid stone facade. The design overall has style and class; the gang knows what they are doing - good design.

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#69

It looks like a non-anally expulsive Gehry, that is to say something with some restraint and elegance.

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#70

This building catches light nicely.

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#74

Teaser site is updated.

Also, floor plans available along with overview of this development.

https://11hoytbrooklyn.com/availability/

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#75

Underwhelming floorplans. All of them have entrances that go straight to bedrooms, which isn’t ideal.

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#76

I looked at lots of the plans. Most of the ones I saw are not drawn with BR entrances close to and directly ahead of front doors. The dimensions are small but the layouts seem ok.

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#77

You’re right, it’s the 2BR floorplans that don’t.

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#78

03/18/19 9:43AM

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#79


Credit: FC

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Tec

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Yesterday

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#82

Nice pictures.

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