NEW YORK | River Park Brooklyn (LICH Redevelopment) | 475 + 256 + 182 FT | 28 + 19 + 15 FLOORS


A mega-development including renovated existing buildings and several new buildings.

The bespoke designed studio, one, two, and three
bedroom residences by FXFOWLE echoes the fluidity
of the neighboring waterfront with billowing balconies,
elegant spandrels and reflective window bands creating a
singular, “aqueos” composition. Every residence will have
direct water-views and innovative layouts with expandable
walls. The exclusive Resident’s Club on the eighth floor
offers an outdoor pool, a garden lounge with an expansive
dining terrace, a billiards lounge, and a wellness suite

251’, 15 floors

Echoing the boats docked at the adjacent Brooklyn
Bridge Marina, this elegant address by Hill West is
composed of a strong masonry tower acting as the “mast”,
supporting the “sail”, a west-facing glass screen that
curves like the headsail on a yacht. The thoughtfully
designed one, two, three and four bedroom residences
offer panoramic water views and are crowned by
Brooklyn’s most coveted full-floor penthouse with a
private river fronting roof terrace.

411’, 28 floors

Phase Two Development.
Phase Two Development.

Reflective of the past, embracing the future, the
contextual design by Douglas Romines exhibits a
palette of traditional materials common to Cobble Hill,
including brick, limestone and elaborate metalwork.
The facade will be ordered, well-proportioned, have
depth and relief, while integrating contemporary details.
The selection of gracious two to four bedroom homes
will be enhanced by a selection of thoughtful amenities

182’, 15 floors.

Designed to be noticed, The Polhemus was the first
‘skyscraper’ hospital ever built. Today, the restored French
Renaissance exterior inspires the loft-like interiors of the
one to three bedroom condominium homes created by
BKSK Architects. The boutique collection of seventeen
residences is accompanied by a sophisticated level of
services and features including a on-site concierge,
designated parking, and three levels of indoor and outdoor
social and wellness amenities.
The perfectly composed Brooklyn townhouse,
designed without compromise. Envisioned by Douglas
Romines, each of the eight homes feature private
elevators, underground parking, seamless floor-through
entertaining spaces with twenty-foot tall glass walls
overlooking a private garden, and chef’s kitchens appointed
by Gaggenau. A Modern Heirloom in Cobble Hill

latest news:

The new construction loan proceeds will be used to retire the previous bridge loan and also complete construction of the three residential condominium buildings, including a waterfront tower at 350 Hicks Street (rebranded as 1 River Park); a high-rise condominium tower at 95 Pacific Street (2 River Park) and a contextual condominium building at 349 Henry Street/112 Pacific Street (5 River Park).

a rendering from before the rebranding:

NEW YORK | LOW-RISE / GENERAL Development News + Construction

I like it!

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this looks really nice!

rendering from the website, cropped:


1 River Park, the Townhouses and the Polhemus Renovation are U/C.

1 River Park



the sites at 2 and 5 River Park are cleared.


Tectonic posted a rendering for 5 River Park, aka 347 Henry Street


prep work being done at 5 River Park



1 River Park, the other, taller 15 floor tower:


475 feet! wow!