43 Herbert Street is a landmark police precinct complex, consisting of a three-story former station house and a stable wing to the east, connected by a one-story passageway. Developed by North Brooklyn Development Corporation (NBDC), this building has been converted to 14 one- to three-bedroom condominium. As a landmark and SHPO (State Office of Parks and Historic Preservation) project, every exterior detail and some interior details are preserved and carefully replicated. The Station House envelope accommodates four apartments per floor. The ground floor units are duplex apartments with recreation rooms in the cellar. The second and third floor apartments are flats. The carriage house includes two apartments and is accessed via the link between the two structures. This project received funding from the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development, City Councilwoman Diana Reyna, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, and the New York City Housing Partnership.