HERE THEY ARE! Slideshow gives you the goods on Bridge Park hotel.

HERE THEY ARE! Slideshow gives you the goods on Bridge Park hotel.
THE SUGAR WAFER: Dermot wants to build a cantilevered Hyatt hotel and residential complex with a facade of alumimum panels that open and close — and save another lot for a theater for St. Ann’s Warehouse, which is being booted from its home in DUMBO next year. We like this one with a big glass of chocolate milk.
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Here’s a first look at the exciting (and not-so-exciting) designs that potential hotel and condo developers for Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 1 have proposed to the city.

The city says the park will become home to a 10-story hotel, luxury condos, a restaurants, and retail in the next few years at prime park real estate along Furman Street just south of the park’s entrance on Old Fulton Street. The plan is to have the hotel, retail, and condo owners help foot the bill for the park’s $16-million annual budget.

David Lowin of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation, which oversees the park, presented the plans of seven developers — including Brooklyn’s own Two Trees Management and national chain Toll Brothers — at Borough Hall on Tuesday night.

Click on our slide show above for all the action, and check our breaking coverage of Tuesday night’s presentation.

Reach Kate Briquelet at kbriquelet@cnglocal.com or by calling her at (718) 260-2511.

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