105 South Fifth Street adds 55 affordable rental units to Brooklyn’s housing stock. Located on a prominent site across from the Williamsburg Bridge, the building previously housed the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s warehouse — a repository for reclaimed hardware as part of the agency’s architectural salvage program. The mixed-use project is a part of the New Housing Marketplace Plan and includes community and retail space in addition to studio, one-, and two-bedroom units.

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