The application, submitted by Acme and the real estate investment firm Rubenstein Partners, seeks to replicate the mixed-use development model recently employed at nearby 25 Kent Avenue, in which the development of manufacturing space is accompanied by revenue-generating commercial uses that help offset the cost of building less profitable factories.
A rendering of the proposed Acme Smoked Fish development in Greenpoint. (Image: Gensler Architects) A rezoning proposal that would facilitate the creation of a nine-story office building along with a new processing facility for Acme Smoked Fish in Greenpoint took the next step toward approval, after Brooklyn Borough President […]
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