I don't know who's behind the work on the building at the Cobble Hill corner of Degraw and Henry Streets (northeast corner), but I'd like to say I'm generally impressed so far at the imagination and thoughtfulness as work.
The structure, as I've pointing out before, was previously a boxy, white-brick thing that resembled nothing so much a branch of DMV. The new owners have been busy shearing the walls of the ugly white brick, recovering the red brick underneath (or possibly adding new red brick). In addition, they've added some welcome dimension to the Degraw Street wall by constructing a couple faux-chimneys, giving it a charming, castle-like facade. And it appears the Henry Street roof is to get three, spanking new dormer windows. I love me some dormer windows.
It's a prominent building, and the changes will give neighborhood citizens something far more pleasant to look at than was previously the case.