Curvy Glass Condos in Clinton Hill

Two lucky Clinton Hill warehouses are about to turn into two six-story condos (plus a 60-foot inner courtyard, plus a shiny pool.) The curvy Vanderbilt Apartments, designed by Meltzer/Mandl Architects, will be made of clear and "colored spandrel glass."According to the designers, all this luxurious shine will set "the benchmark for future new construction in Clinton Hill." Enjoy!Read the entire news on the source link below.

Two lucky Clinton Hill warehouses are about to turn into two six-story condos (plus a 60-foot inner courtyard, plus a shiny pool.) The curvy Vanderbilt Apartments, designed by Meltzer/Mandl Architects, will be made of clear and "colored spandrel glass."

According to the designers, all this luxurious shine will set "the benchmark for future new construction in Clinton Hill." Enjoy!

Read the entire news on the source link below.

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Date: 3 August 2006
Source: Therealestate.observer.com

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