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Brooklyn picks its best buildings

Rubenstein partners’ 25 Kent earned the Commercial Catalyst Award

The winners of the 2019 Building Brooklyn Awards were announced.

Now in its 19th year, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce’s Building Brooklyn Awards distinguish real estate projects that enhance the borough’s economy and neighborhoods.

Samara Karasyk, Interim President of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, said, “The borough’s continued success is fueled by the kinds of innovative and transformative real estate projects that the Building Brooklyn Awards recognize and celebrate.”

This year’s winners are:

25 Kent (Commercial Catalyst Award presented to Rubenstein Partners, HWKN, T.G. Nickel Associates, Heritage Equity Partners and Gensler )

Brooklyn Army Terminal (Industrial Modernization Award presented to New York City Economic Development Corp., WXY, Mancini Duffy and Hunter Roberts Construction Group)

Steiner Studios Stages 25-30 (Industrial Expansion Award presented to Kent Steiner, LLC / Steiner NYC, Dattner Architects and Steiner Building NYC)

10 Jay Street (Adaptive Reuse – Office Space Award presented to Triangle Assets, ODA New York and MJM Associates Construction)

Empire Engine Firehouse (Adaptive Reuse – Mixed Space Award presented to Erica Hohf and Julian Laverdiere, Dameron Architecture and Think Construction)

Denizen Bushwick Phase 1 (Large Scale Residential Award presented to All Year Management and ODA New York)

100 Steuben Street (Mid-Rise Residential Award presented to Greystone Development, AB Architekten and The J Companies, LLC)

Domino Park (Open Space Award presented to Two Trees Management and James Corner Field Operations)

City Tech / CUNY – New Academic Complex (National Grid Sustainability Award presented to City University of New York, Perkins Eastman and Sciame Construction, LLC)

Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages (Community Education Award presented to Broadway Stages and Alive Structures)

The awards will be presented at a ceremony and cocktail reception on Monday, August 5, 6:00-9:00pm, at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge (60 Furman Street.

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