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Construction Wraps at Pacific Park’s Largest Resi Building

Greenland Forest City Partners and The Brodsky Organization said Thursday they’d topped off construction at 18 Sixth Ave. at Pacific Park, their 22-acre mixed-use neighborhood in Downtown Brooklyn. Reportedly costing $640 million, Pacific Park’s largest residential building will deliver 858 mixed-income residential units.

“The topping off of 18 Sixth Ave. is another major milestone for Pacific Park,” said Scott Solish, EVP of development at Greenland Forest City Partners. “Pacific Park is a landmark project for Brooklyn and New York City, and the progress at 18 Sixth Avenue demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing modern affordable housing and delivering a transformative mixed-use project for all New Yorkers.” 

To date, Pacific Park has four completed residential buildings: 550 Vanderbilt, a luxury condominium designed by COOKFOX Architects; 535 Carlton and 38 Sixth, two 100% all- affordable rental buildings; and 461 Dean, reportedly the tallest modular building in the world.

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