Dattner Architects is proud to announce that Hub has won the 2018 Building Brooklyn Residential High-Rise Award!
Hub is a dynamic presence on the Brooklyn skyline and it brings vitality and urban appeal to what was the site of a former parking lot and office building. The building’s ground floor retail on Schermerhorn and Livingston Streets, plus its dynamic three-story retail wing on Flatbush Avenue, creates a vibrant, engaging street presence for pedestrians and those who live and work in the neighborhood. The building’s sought-after location at 333 Schermerhorn Street is accessible to the area’s energetic cultural centers, eateries, and transportation.
Comprised of studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments with 9’-10’+ ceiling heights, the soaring residential tower provides 750 apartments, 150 of which are affordable units. Each of the 50+ layouts are fine-tuned to create efficient, yet individualized residences – many with floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning views of the New York Harbor and Manhattan skyline. Apartment finishes include custom Italian cabinetry, solar shades, and five-inch wide oak wood flooring throughout. The stepped profile of the 600-foot high tower recalls the timeless skyscrapers of the 1920s and 30s with a contemporary expression. Horizontal and vertical stepping articulates the tower, while affording numerous corner windows throughout the apartments.
Boasting 40,000 square feet of amenities, Hub invites residents to participate in programming at Club 333. Featuring a robust calendar of events, programming often includes neighborhood partners and local businesses, and encourages tenants to get more involved with or give back to their surrounding Downtown Brooklyn community.
An annual event, Building Brooklyn Awards celebrate the best built and renovation projects that enrich Brooklyn’s neighborhoods. The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce will recognize the winners at an Awards Program and Cocktail Reception on August 1st at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.