Gallery: Brooklyn Bridge Park Unveils 10 Designs to Turn Dilapidated Wa...

Brooklyn Bridge Park has plans to turn seven crumbling brick warehouses that once housed coffee, spices and other dry goods into a mixed-use development consisting of office and commercial space as well as rooftop farms and terraces. Ten prominent developers from around the world are vying for the opportunity to push their proposed projects to fruition and Brooklyn Bridge Park recently released beautiful renderings of each one. Click through the gallery to see the competing designs and let us know in the comments which one is your fave!

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  1. MonikaCGTiffany April 15, 2014 at 10:34 am
    I agree team six is lovely. A beautiful update of a great building without losing the background of the structure.
  2. dianemarie33 August 23, 2013 at 10:11 am
    Team 6 is my first choice. Here they are leaving the building in its authenticity and adding much needed greenery (green houses) that can be used all year round. Looks as if there will be space for commercial use at the ground level. My second choice would be team three, they are incorporating indoor and outdoor use, and utilizing the rooftop for gardens, we definitely need to keep the environment in mind. The gardens will be great for the air quality in NYC. More rooftop gardens!