A five-story Williamsburg warehouse is slated to be converted into a 39-unit apartment complex.
The property at 60 Berry Street, near North 10th Street, would hold 42,900 square feet of residential space and 10,530 square feet for a commercial component. It is unknown whether the apartments will be rentals or condominiums. The building would remain the same height, at 70 feet. Brooklyn-based North 11 Associates LLC is developing the site, about two years after acquiring it for $5 million. Architect Nataliya Donskoy of the firm ND Architecture has been tapped to handle the design work.
Lior Barak and Christine Blackburn of the Barak/Blackburn team at the Corcoran Group were tapped as exclusive leasing agents. The leasing is expected to begin in the late spring, BuzzBuzzHome reported. [BuzzBuzzHome] — Mark Maurer