11-story beacon of progress combines residential spaces, affordable housing, and cutting-edge technology
50 Sackman Street
creative metal rainscreen
unique and eye-catching aesthetic
We're thrilled to touch base with you at the start of this exciting year and to share the developments at the 50 Sackman project in Brooklyn. This 11-story beacon of progress combines residential spaces, affordable housing, and cutting-edge technology, all encased within an architecture that stands out as a testament to innovation.
Designed by the visionary J Frankl Architects, the building's facade is a work of art—a creative rainscreen that melds aluminum with ultra-compact stone in varying depths and hues. It's not just a building; it's a canvas that captures the essence of modern urban development. Located in a bustling NYC Special Mixed-Use District (MX) and within an e-Designated zone, 50 Sackman has met the rigorous noise attenuation standards without compromising on aesthetics or design. It's a triumph of thoughtful engineering, showcasing our commitment to excellence.
Ocean Hill, Brooklyn
Interesting facts about the project
As construction forges ahead, we eagerly anticipate the panel installation set to begin in Q2 2024. Stay tuned as we continue to redefine the skyline and community of Brooklyn with Dextall's signature blend of sustainability and style.