Tiny Living in Brooklyn



Millions of New Yorkers live alone, and studio apartments of less than 400 feet are setting new standards for efficiency. Caesura, a mixed-used building in the Brooklyn Cultural District is a project of New York’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development. This building has 12 stories, 123 of the smallest legal rentals in the five boroughs, and a 40% below-market-rate!

The building’s interiors were designed by our client, Dattner Architects, which include a lending library, a fitness center, a yoga and meditiation studio, a game room and wet bar, a basement bicycle room, and a rooftop garden lounge. We are happy to see our clients contribute to “tiny living” and creating a plethora of amenities!

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