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Bklyn Gold, 277 Gold Street: Review and Ratings

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Carter Horsley
Review of 277 Gold Street by Carter Horsley

This 12-story rental apartment building at 277 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn was built in 2010 by Lalezarian Properties. It contains 138 units.

The building is known as Brooklyn Gold and also as 50 Prince Street and 171-197 Tillary Street. It is on the same block as 257 Gold Street, a 13-story, 377-unit rental development also by Lalezarian Properties.

It was designed by Avinash K. Malhotra, who was the architect also for such Manhattan projects as the W New York Downtown Hotel and Residences, 2 Gold Street, The New West Coast and the Chelsea Mercantile.

It has a 24-hour concierge, a skylit indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a residents lounge with pool table and screening room, landscaped roof decks with private cabanas, and courtyards, a garage, many corner windows and bicycle storage.

The building has an 8-story base and a four-story setback tower.

The building is close to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, Flatbush Avenue Extension and the Commodore Barry Park.

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