500 Metropolitan Avenue

Architecture, Hotels, New Developments, Rentals, Williamsburg

500 Metropolitan Avenue, KBA Architects, Williamsburg hotels, Kellogg's Diner

Back in March, 6sqft reported that a new hotel/rental tower at 500 Metropolitan Avenue had risen above ground, but there was still a bit ambiguity surroundings its final design. Now, just as the Williamsburg building has topped out, CityRealty uncovered the final renderings from KBA Architects. The firm created a 14-story, ziggurat-like structure that will slope down from the adjacent site of longtime local haunt Kellogg’s Diner and offer a slew of trendy amenities.

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Architecture, Construction Update, Hotels, New Developments, Williamsburg

Williamsburg Hotel/Residential Tower at 500 Metropolitan Avenue Rises Above Ground

By Ondel Hylton and Julian Friedman, Tue, March 1, 2016

500 Metropolitan Avenue - KBA Architect

Not to be completely outdone by Bjarke Ingels’ Via 57 West, Williamsburg is getting its own highway-fronting pyramidal pile. Alongside the bucolic banks of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, the concrete frame of 500 Metropolitan Avenue has finally climbed above street level, now reaching its third floor. The uniquely massed 200,000-square-foot, mixed-use project ascends near the Metropolitan Avenue-Lorimer Street station of the G and L lines, and from a V-shaped lot that borders five streets: Metropolitan Avenue, Union, Keap, Ainslie and Rodney Streets. Its stepped, ziggurat-like form will soar 14 stories and 172 feet above the low-slung area, making it among the tallest structures in the ‘hood.

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