Rubenstein and Heritage Equity break ground on $400 million project

December 06, 2016 - Owners Developers & Managers
Shown (from left) are: Purnima Kapur, New York City Department of City Planning; Jeremiah Kane, Rubenstein Partners; Toby Moskovitz, Heritage Equity Partners; Joseph Lentol, and New York State Assemblyman; Stephen Levin, New York City councilman. Shown (from left) are: Purnima Kapur, New York City Department of City Planning; Jeremiah Kane, Rubenstein Partners; Toby Moskovitz, Heritage Equity Partners; Joseph Lentol, and New York State Assemblyman; Stephen Levin, New York City councilman.

Brooklyn, NY Developers Rubenstein Partners and Heritage Equity Partners gathered with elected officials and dignitaries for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the 500,000 s/f mixed-use 25 Kent Ave. in Williamsburg.  The $400 million project will bring one of the neighborhood’s first new office and industrial spaces in decades, offering amenitized commercial product in a sought-after waterfront location. 

The design and architecture team for the project is Gensler and Hollwich Kushner. Construction is being provided by T.G. Nickel & Associates.

Rubenstein Partners is a fully integrated real estate investment firm providing first-class investment services, as a registered investment advisor, in office markets throughout the eastern United States.

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