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Stonewall House // Marvel Architects, Landscape Architects, Urban Designers, PLLC

Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, United States

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Occupying the prominent corner of Myrtle Avenue and St. Edwards Street in Fort Greene, Stonewall House is the largest LGBT-welcoming elder housing development in the country. The 17-story mixed-use building consists of 124,000 SF containing 145 apartments and a 6,800 SF SAGE community facility space on the ground floor.
The massing of the building, using brick as a design feature, abuts the existing St.

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Edwards and St. Michael’s church rectory to the north and steps down from the corner of Myrtle and St. Edwards with three setbacks that provide common outdoor roof terraces. A cantilevered canopy marks the entry to the SAGE space off Myrtle Avenue and the residential entry off St. Edwards Street.

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Stonewall House reconnects the campus and holds the corner, creating a safer and friendlier sidewalk experience.
The project is located in former NYCHA property as part of the Next Generation program..

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