DDG plans Williamsburg development

Joe McMillan’s firm signed ground lease on North 1st Street

New York /
Feb.February 21, 2018 08:39 AM
102-110 North 1st Street and Joe McMilla

102-110 North 1st Street and Joe McMillan (Credit: Getty Images)

Joe McMillan’s DDG is preparing for a post-L Train shutdown Williamsburg with a boutique development on North 1st Street.

The company signed a 99-year ground lease for a site at 102-110 North 1st Street, between Wythe Avenue and Berry Street, last year, the New York Post reported. It later bought $740,000 worth of air rights from nearby plots.

It wasn’t clear what DGG plans to build, although condominiums are out of the question given the ground lease.

DDG is currently developing a 32-story tower on the Upper East Side, which has met fierce opposition from local politicians. [NYP]Konrad Putzier


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