ODA Unveils New Residential Towers for Brooklyn

11 April of 2016 by

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New York-based ODA has revealed their design for new residential towers in Brooklyn‘s Williamsburg neighborhood. These three towers, called 416-420 Kent, aim to revitalize the neglected East River waterfront and will introduce a new sense of community, while providing ample natural light and green spaces for residents.

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