If Williamsburg, Brooklyn doesn’t boast enough visual stimulus for you already, a futuristic new hotel set to rise at 55 Wythe Avenue will add yet another urban spectacle to the neighborhood. A tipster recently shared some new renderings of the Level Hotel project with Brownstoner in a sneak peek of the planned 22-story hotel, office, and retail complex. One of the Zelig Weiss-developed building’s greenest attractions is its 20,000-square-foot rooftop farm.

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Along with the rendering, Brownstoner got its hands on a floor plan from the Shopping Center Group detailing the interior of the new hotel. 183 rooms and a pool will occupy the building’s upper floors while the areas of the structure shrouded in chevrons will house 10 floors of office space. At the base, there will be 40,000-square-foot of space for commercial businesses, which will be topped off with the previously mentioned rooftop farm.

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It seems tall buildings are the new fad in Williamsburg. Along with Zelig Weiss’s Level Hotel, the historic Domino Sugar plant site will soon make way for 50-story towers designed by SHoP Architects. Curbed NY also notes that there are at least 12 other high-rise towers that will soon sprout up in the classically low-rise neighborhood.

via Curbed NY and The Brownstoner

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