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Old Posted Jul 8, 2020, 3:10 AM
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Oh damn, had no idea this actually started construction, thank god.

Yes, it's been under construction. But now we are going vertical, and it's a beautiful site to see. I don't know what the scheduling is on this thing, but it could possibly be topped out next year.



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^ oh wow its well over the bank dome now.

a few more floors and even the civilians will be noticing instead of just us nerds lol.

looks like it will be going up fast now so i hope you can keep us regularly updated — and thanks!
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Wow, we're really lucky to have a forumer with such a prime position to view this tower's rise. Thank you!
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That shot looks like it was taken from the outdoor balcony via 255 Schermerhorn. I think 33 Bond.
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Old Posted Jul 15, 2020, 1:39 AM
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At the current rate, won't be long before we're seeing that on site.
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WOW!! Those mockups look spectacular!! Is that yellow "stripe" in the 2nd pic an LED or just decorative?? Regardless, this looks like it'll be one of my fav NY towers ever!!
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Under the radar as of now, but the speed is very impressive. One of the best towers rising in the country.
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Glad the mockups are dark and identical to the renderings. unlike One Vandi in which the original terracotta was changed to a lighter tone to “match” the surroundings.
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Holy shit, this is gonna be dope.

Nit-picky critique: viewed from afar, the cascading alignment of the smaller white or beige metal (or is that terra cotta?) panels appear to be misaligned. I know from the close up that they are like that intentionally, but from afar it may look unintentional. That being said, I'm going all sorts of skyscraper geek apeshit over this.
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Holy shit, this is gonna be dope.

Nit-picky critique: viewed from afar, the cascading alignment of the smaller white or beige metal (or is that terra cotta?) panels appear to be misaligned. I know from the close up that they are like that intentionally, but from afar it may look unintentional. That being said, I'm going all sorts of skyscraper geek apeshit over this.
It could be they were just testing out the different variety of pieces and they won't actually be so close to each other in the real thing?
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I love the speed at which this is rising.
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Dam is that lighting on it? This is going to look amazing!
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This city owes some gratitude to SHoP Architects.


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I'm going to be SOOOOOOOOOO mad if the current state of the world kills or worse, shortens this.
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9 DeKalb Avenue Rises Beyond Podium Level And Continues Upward In Downtown Brooklyn



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9 DeKalb Avenue has made significant vertical progress since our May update, nearly doubling in height. Designed by SHoP Architects and developed by JDS, the 73-story supertall will reach 1,066 feet above Downtown Brooklyn and will eventually secure the title of tallest structure in the outer boroughs.

Recent photographs show the quick ascent of the reinforced concrete superstructure. Work is well above the lower podium section and moving ahead past the first setback toward the first residential levels. The formwork for the floor plates and columns show more of the angled configuration planned for the bottom portion of the supertall. The subsequent set of floors will eventually begin to taper and gently reduce in size as the edifice rises. Sidewalk scaffolding and tall green construction boards cover the ground floor and main entrance of the abutting Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn, a landmarked structure that will be refurbished and incorporated into the development. 9 DeKalb Avenue can now be spotted along Flatbush Avenue from as far away as Barclays Center.

The curtain wall will be composed of glass and bronze, giving it a dark appearance that contrasts visually with the warm façade of SHoP’s other supertall underway in New York, 111 West 57th Street. Like the Billionaires’ Row tower, 9 DeKalb Avenue will also be exceedingly slender, creating a juxtaposition with the high-rises of Downtown Brooklyn, most of which are quite bulky. The property will house 425 rental apartments and 150 condominiums with amenities including an outdoor terrace and a rooftop pool on top of the Dime Savings Bank. Directly below the dome, the former bank’s richly ornamental main hall will serve as part of the entrance to the planned 120,000 square feet of retail space.

9 DeKalb Avenue is anticipated to be finished around 2022.
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This one is fully financed, so no worries with that.



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The crane is low now, where in just a matter of months, both the crane and the tower will be the highest things on the Brooklyn skyline...


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