Old Schlitz Plant Conversion Will Have Light Fixtures Made From 10,000 Beer Bottles
We now know what the next brewery conversion in Northern Brooklyn will look like. 95 Evergreen Ave, across the street from The Rabsky Group’s Rheingold Brewery rental development, has new renderings out.
Back in January, the site, which used to house a Schlitz bottling plant, was acquired by Hornig Capital Partners and Savanna for $33.7M. This one will have offices and retail instead of condos, which have been popping up on brewery sites in the area left and right.
It’ll be five stories tall and 160k SF in total with an updated façade, windows, a new roof deck and an overhaul of the mechanical systems. And get this: the lobby will have a custom light fixture made out of 10,000 Schlitz bottles. The renovation’s cost is pegged at around $30M. [NYY]