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Development Notebook: Brick Back of Berry St. Quadrini Revealed!

December 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

It’s been a couple of months since we looked at one of the Slowest Building in Williamsburg, but the back of this building at N. 10 and Berry has revealed itself in all its brick and narrow window glory. Work on this thing has been underway for more than a year and a half. This is what it looked like back in September and this is  where things were at last July. The building is 128 N. 10 and it’s one of two at that intersection designed by architect Armand Quadrini of KSQ Architects. Mr. Quadini is the architect who replaced Robert Scarano on a couple of South Brooklyn jobs including 360 Smith Street and this building on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope.

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