Two years after launching plans, The Hub Brooklyn is taking shape
The Hub Brooklyn is preparing to take shape about two years after the Downtown Development Review Board approved the final design 6-0 at its Oct. 8, 2020, meeting.
The city is reviewing permits for three shell buildings at 400 Riverside Ave. at an estimated construction cost of almost $2.5 million.
The project, at Riverside Avenue and Forest Street in the Brooklyn/Riverside area,
The three buildings, at Riverside Avenue and Forest Street in the Brooklyn/Riverside area, comprise space for the Alder & Oak restaurant and bar; a rooftop bar; loft space for CD+urban; and a Southern Grounds coffee shop and patio space.
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