JMH Development converted a turn-of-the-century, Cass Gilbert-designed waterfront warehouse along the Brooklyn waterfront in to 340 luxury rental apartments. Constructed in 1913, this building once housed the largest grocer in the United States: The Austin Nichols Company. This development preserved the building’s historic integrity and the property now is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The first luxury rental in Williamsburg, building is complete with a 20,000 sq. ft. landscaped courtyard and a 10,000 sq. ft amenity space inclusive of a state-of-the-art gym overlooking the East River. The 17,000 of retail space along Kent Avenue features tenants such as Soul Cycle and a local Italian restaurant. Some unique characteristics of this project are its stunning views of Manhattan, and close proximity and chic Bedford Avenue restaurants and shopping area. 184 Kent was the recipient of the 2011 Building Brooklyn Award in the adaptive reuse category.