55 North 5th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Fifth & Wythe, or 149 Kent Avenue, is a seven-story, mixed-use building with housing, parking and retail on site. Completed in 2016, the site includes approximately 50,000 square feet of parking, 18,000 square feet of ground floor retail, and approximately 163 residential rental units. The full-service building offers a full amenity package including a landscaped courtyard and a stunning roof deck.
Muji, the Japanese household goods store, anchors 149 Kent Avenue 8,000 SF space. It is the fifth location in NYC, and its first venture into Brooklyn. Other tenants include Ovenly, GoHealth, an urgent care center, Dry Bar and Dime Savings Bank.
The 2017 Big Apple Brownfield Award for Innovation is presented to 149 Kent Avenue.
Japanese retailer, Muji, is coming to Fifth & Wythe.Read More
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