Navy Green

Multiple Addresses

Number of Units:

R1: 112, R3: 101

Property Size:

114, 620 SF

Architect(s):

FXFowle Architects

Navy Green is located in the Fort Greene/Wallabout area of Brooklyn. The 103,000 square foot, former Navy prison site was converted to a unique new construction, mixed-use development consisting of approximately 460 residential units, commercial andcommunity facility space, and open green space connecting all residential sections of the property. The complex is a combination of supportive housing, affordable rental, mixed-income condos and market-rate townhomes. The first three buildings were completed in 2012, with the remainder expected to be completed in 2016.

Awards

2017 BQDA Award of Excellence, People's Choice Winner

AIA BROOKLYN + QUEENS DESIGN AWARDS

Urban Land Institute (ULI) Award for Excellence in Housing Development

Navy Green wins 2017 ULI Award for Excellence.

NYSAFAH Project of the Year

Navy Green wins 2012 NYSAFAH Project of the Year Award.


News

Reinventing the Brooklyn Navy Yard

The New York Times highlights the reinvention of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

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Navy Green Transforming Former Brig into Housing

City and State officials joined with for-profit and nonprofit developers and service providers to mark the first stage in transforming a former navy prison into affordable and supportive housing.

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L+M and Dunn Development Celebrate Completion of Phase I of Navy Green

L+M Development Partners and Dunn Development celebrate the completion of the first phase of Navy Green.

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NY1: "Navy Green" Development Hopes To Make Brooklyn Neighborhood Blossom

The Brig Site in Wallabout, Brooklyn was once a Navy barracks and then a prison will soon become a two-and-a-half acre residential community.

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L+M to Rebuild Brooklyn's Navy Brig Site

The city of New York announces the redevelopment of the Navy Brig site in the Fort Greene / Wallabout area of Brooklyn, which will create a unique and unprecedented mixed-use community.

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