New York Dock Building being Converted to Luxury Condos

In 2014, re-purposing construction began on the former New York Dock Company building at 160 Imlay Street. The building was built in 1910 as one of the first cast-in-place concrete structures designed as a warehouse for cargo shipped in and out of the Atlantic Basin. The interior of the building has been completely reimaged as modern living spaces, but features such as 12 to 16 foot high ceilings will remain. 

The developer of the project is Estate Four.  The building's website is

Articles that discuss the transformation appeared on the webside in 2014,  2015 and 2016.

On January 14, 2020, Green Stream holdings, a solar utility and finance business announced that they were moving their headquarters to 160 Imlay, stating that one of the draws to Red Hook was the NYC Ferry.  They put forward a vision of solar panels on the building, and even grander turning Pier 11 into a park with public amenities and recycling facilities.


Architects vision of 160 Imlay Street

Architects vision of 160 Imlay Street

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Sep. 30, 2014

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