The New York Dock building was built in 1910 as one of the first cast-in-place concrete structures. By retaining the aesthetic of the existing board-formed concrete columns, the original details of this structure will be exposed in key locations of the apartments and throughout the building.



The existing cast-in-place concrete structure has been re-furbished and will be exposed in the main living, dining and sleeping areas, with ceiling heights that reach 12ft to 16ft.


The living rooms at Imlay were designed to maximize the open loft feeling, through maintaining the existing concrete ceilings and columns exposed. The interiors were designed to be a contemporary addition into an existing industrial shell.


The flooring was chosen to reflect the industrial characteristics of the past, and is a wide plank european white oak that will contrast with the contemporary kitchens, doors and gallery like walls.


The double glazed windows are made of solid steel and are fabricated in Italy. They have been specifically designed to maximize views, while allowing no obstructions from vertical or horizontal mullions. Two operable panels were created to allow ample airflow.


Full height doors were custom designed by Citterio in Italy and are located between bedrooms and living rooms, at the perimeter of residences adjacent to the windows. As these doors open they create a much larger loft plan and when closed they appear to be part of the wall. This doors are 10’-6” in height and span up to the existing concrete beams. All other passage doors are solid core and 8’-0” in height. Every door will be finished in Italy with a special lacquer aluminum color (the same of the bridge in the kitchen).


The kitchens were designed by Bulthaup to be a sculptural element placed within an open loft. All cabinetry is white matte lacquer, with a bridge structure that supports upper cabinetry, but floats below the ceiling and a pass through space between the countertop and cabinetry to create a more open feel. All appliances are by Miele and remaining fixtures in the same brushed stainless steel.



  • Fitness Center Designed In Conjunction With Harley Pasternak
  • Steam And Sauna Rooms
  • 24 Hour Doorman
  • Building Super-Intendant
  • Private Residential Storage Units
  • Private Bicycle Storage
  • Self-Parking Under A Canopy
  • Private Landscaped Rear Garden And Roof Deck With Places For Hosting Private Events, Dining, Sitting, Gardening, Etc.


  • Contemporary German Kitchens by Bulthaup
  • Trash And Recycling Units Supplied By Hafele
  • Miele Kitchen Appliances
  • Sink and Faucets by Blanco

General Finishes

  • Floor To Ceiling Windows
  • 12ft Loft Ceilings
  • Exposed Concrete Ceilings In Living And Bedroom Areas
  • European White Oak Wood Flooring
  • Custom Oversized European Doors
  • Central Heating And Cooling Systems
  • Washer / Dryers in Each Unit
  • Landscaped Roof Deck


  • Italian Stone Walls and Quartz Tile Flooring
  • Contemporary Italian Sinks, Millwork and Back-Lit Mirrored Medicine Cabinet By Wetstyle
  • Contemporary Faucets and Fixtures
  • Washcloset and Bidet by Laufen in Master Bathrooms
  • Finishes by Porcelanosa in Additional Bathrooms

Future Green Studios

Landscape Design

The Future Green Studio office is located in Red Hook and 160 Imlay was an exciting opportunity to design within the neighborhood we work in – a neighborhood marked with the vestiges of a rich industrial past and a distinctive character that could only have evolved here.


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“We are very selective in choosing projects, taking into consideration the effect the development will have on the surrounding area and understanding the importance of insuring the viability of a sustainable creative community.”

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“In Red Hook, I recognize a village that is tenacious and robust, full of heart and passion.

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“At 160 Imlay, we have designed spaces of understated elegance, timeless form. This is a wonderful building with the presence and the scale to initiate the revival of Red Hook. It will be a landmark in a community already vibrant with creativity.”

Please contact Patty LaRocco
email: plarocco@elliman.com
direct: 212.460.0677
mobile: 917.696.0699

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