The residential tower planned for 9 DeKalb Avenue will top out at 1,066 feet to become the tallest building in Brooklyn.

The historic interior of the Brooklyn Dime Savings Bank, an adjoining landmark, will be restored and repurposed to form part of a new mid-block connection for pedestrians between Flatbush Avenue and Fulton Street, two of Brooklyn’s defining thoroughfares. The timeless design of the 73-story tower will be accented with a palette of materials, ranging from marble to bronze, that are selected to evoke without mimicry the bank’s rich City Beautiful detailing.

On the skyline 9 DeKalb will represent a new and lasting symbol of the borough's ongoing renaissance, rivaling in height and character the storied towers of Manhattan.
Augmented Reality (AR) is being used in the field, both to more clearly visualize the future building and to more efficiently make it real by supplementing traditional project documents.
  • phase construction
  • size 735,000 sf