COOKFOX’s second Pacific Park tower in Brooklyn breaks ground near the Barclays Center

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535 Carlton. (Courtesy COOKFOX)

535 Carlton. (Courtesy COOKFOX)

This morning, Greenland Forest City Partners broke ground on 535 Carlton Avenue—the second tower to rise at Pacific Park in Brooklyn, the development formerly known as Atlantic Yards. The COOKFOX-designed masonry tower will rise 18 stories and include nearly 300 affordable units: 50 percent middle-income, 20 percent moderate, and 30 percent low-income.

535 Carlton. (Courtesy COOKFOX)

535 Carlton. (Courtesy COOKFOX)

COOKFOX is also designing the nearby 550 Vanderbilt, a market-rate condo tower that is expected to get underway shortly. An eight-acre, Thomas Balsley–designed park—called “Pacific Park”—will run between these two towers, replacing what is currently a surface-level parking lot. Today’s groundbreaking also came with the unveiling of a glossy new website for Pacific Park and some new renderings of 535 Carlton, seen below.

535 Carlton lobby. (Courtesy COOKFOX via Greenland Forest City Partners)

The front of 535 Carlton’s lobby. (Courtesy COOKFOX via Greenland Forest City Partners)

535 Carlton lobby. (Courtesy COOKFOX via Greenland Forest City Partners)

And the back of 535 Carlton’s lobby. (Courtesy COOKFOX via Greenland Forest City Partners)

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