The Project In 2004, before many of the current green guidelines had been formally established, local Brooklyn developers Rolf Grimsted and Emily Fisher set out with genuine intent. They would improve their neighborhood by taking over a highly-toxic, dangerous building – derelict for 20 years – and recreate something new, something “aspirational.”

They decided to create two contemporary residences that celebrate Brooklyn townhouse living. Their goal was to design and build 93 Nevins/453 Pacific to be as “green as possible.” They weren’t sure what that meant, exactly, yet they were willing and eager see just how “far” they could go. Thus, spurred on by a team of passionate idealists, the “great adventure” at 93 Nevins began… and continues today!

From the outset, the 93 Nevins
team established a set of
guiding principles.
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The Neigborhood

Boerum Hill is a vibrant, diverse neighborhood in the heart of brownstone Brooklyn.
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Brick Count

As a green building project, 93 Nevins typifies the integrated team approach.
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