The 80 Flatbush project, in Downtown Brooklyn at the edge of Boerum Hill, is set to finally start construction on the first phase of the project, a 44-story, 480-foot tower. Thanks to the post-pandemic realities, it will be different from what was presented to the City Council in September 2018.

Questions remain about when the affordable housing component of the project, its main selling piece, will be fully delivered, whether there are any meaningful penalties associated with ensuring timely delivery, and what they may be.

The 80 Flatbush parcel from the corner of Flatbush Avenue and State Street, looking up Flatbush. A 44-story, 480-foot tower should launch within the next months. Photo by Norman Oder/Bklyner The 80 Flatbush project, in Downtown Brooklyn at the edge of Boerum Hill, is set to finally start construction […]

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