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    A Green Shed grows at 168 Plymouth.

    Alloy and Future Greens concept behind the Green Shed was literally a play on the inevitable "green sidewalk shed" transforming it into a giant planter box. We live and work in Dumbo, understanding the impact construction can have on a neighborhood, we feel responsible to improve the quality of street life. The planters and plant material will be relocated to the common roof deck upon completion.

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    Demolition begins at 168 Plymouth Street!

    We are excited to announce that demolition has started and it has revealed the brick and timber bones of the historic structures. Soon these beautiful buildings will become lofts for living.

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    Jared Della Valle elevated to AIA College of Fellows!

    We are proud to announce that our CEO Jared Della Valle has been elevated into the AIA College of Fellows. The honor is granted to architects who have made significant contributions to the profession and society and who exemplify architectural excellence. Jared is noted for expanding the role of the architect through innovation of practice.

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    Office outing to Dia: Beacon

    The team headed upstate for annual winter festivities with a visit to Dia: Beacon to be inspired by the works of Richard Serra, Dan Flavin, Michael Heizer, Sol Lewitt, Donald Judd and countless others.

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    Alloy wins top prize at Center for Architecture pumpkin carving competition

    The Center for Architecture hosted its third-annual Pumpkitecture! Architectural Pumpkin Carving Competition, on Halloween. Twenty NYC-based design firms (and the Center for Architecture home team) competed, with Alloy taking the top prize (i.e., the Pritzkerpumpkin) for its smoking, jack-in-the-box pumpkin. Congrats to all who participated!

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    City Council approves Alloy’s full-block development in Downtown Brooklyn

    The New York City Council approved the rezoning of Alloy’s full-block development in Downtown Brooklyn, culminating a 24-month long ULURP process. The block will include market-rate and affordable apartments, two public schools, office space, and retail. For project updates, email

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    LPC approves residential conversion of 168 Plymouth, Alloy’s next project in DUMBO

    The Landmarks and Preservation Committee unanimously approved proposed work for 168 Plymouth, a conversion of two historic structures – one a brick and timber warehouse, the other a concrete daylight factory - into contemporary lofts with new penthouse additions. Alloy is incredibly proud to be working on its fifth project in the DUMBO Historic District. For updates, email

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    Alloy Supports the Addition of a Permanent Public Pool in Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Alloy along with Monadnock Construction, DLJ Partners and Midtown Equities are thrilled to support and dedicate funds to bring a public pool to Brooklyn Bridge Park. This much-loved public amenity will serve not only the immediate neighborhoods but the entire borough and beyond. We look forward to taking a swim when it opens and continue our investment in the communities that we live and work in.

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    Alloy Partners with Fifth Avenue Committee to Spearhead Affordable Housing Component of 80 Flatbush Project in Downtown Brooklyn

    Fifth Avenue Committee (FAC) will develop and co-own the project’s 200 units of permanently affordable housing along with Alloy, and oversee the marketing, leasing, and operation of the affordable housing. FAC is one of Brooklyn’s oldest and most well respected affordable housing developers, and we look forward to working together to provide affordable homes that address local need.

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    City Planning Commission certifies 80 Flatbush to begin the Uniform Land Use Review Process

    We are excited to announce CPC’s Certification for 80 Flatbush, a mixed-use development of five buildings, old and new, that includes two new public schools, affordable and market-rate housing, office space, retail and a cultural center. The 80 Flatbush ULURP application was developed over the past 18 months and informed by more than 100 meetings with local stakeholders.

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    One John Street wins AIA NY COTE Honor Award

    Alloy is honored to receive this year's AIA COTE Honor Award for One John Street. Our commitment to building sustainable buildings for the future is ingrained in the work that we do. We could not have reached our goal without such a talented team of consultants that include Thornton Tomasetti, Front Inc., Langan, DeNardis, Ettinger and Situ Studio.

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    Alloy is seeking an Equity Officer

    We are seeking an Equity Officer for 80 Flatbush, a mixed-use development in Downtown Brooklyn that includes 2 schools, 900 apartments, cultural, office and retail space. We strive to bring equitable economic development opportunities to a diverse set of New Yorkers. The Equity Officer will be charged with establishing and implementing best-in-class practices for diverse and equitable development.

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    Flatbush Avenue Mural Project Awarded to Brooklyn Artist Katie Merz

    Mural At 80 Flatbush is a work by Katie Merz made in collaboration with Brooklyn residents. The Project seeks to lend visibility to the disparate stories of the Brooklyn community. The work is made possible by the support of Alloy Development.

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    Alloy donates artist-in-residency space for BRICworkspace at site of future 80 Flatbush project.

    Alloy in partnership with BRIC, announced that a vacant space at 505 State Street, part of the future 80 Flatbush site in Downtown Brooklyn will now be used for BRIC’s visual artist residency program, BRICworkspace. In its 4th year, the residency program provides free studio space for emerging and mid-career Brooklyn-affiliated artists. Alloy will donate the space to BRIC rent-free for one year.

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    Van Alen Institute Welcomes Jared Della Valle of Alloy as new Chair of Board of Trustees

    Van Alen Institute, a non-profit design organization in New York that uses design to address the disastrous impacts of climate change and to create environments that enhance people’s well being and efficiency in cities and regions around the country and beyond, announces Jared Della Valle, CEO and founder of Alloy, as the new chair of the Van Alen board of trustees.