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City Tower, 10 City Point

Between Willoughby Street & Fleet Street

Carter Horsley
Review by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of

The middle building of the large three-structure complex known as City Point in Downtown Brooklyn, this handsome, angled tower, which is located at 336 Flatbush Avenue Extension, is 48 stories tall and contains 439 rental apartments.

It has been developed by The Brodsky Organization and designed by CookFox.

The first building in the complex, City Point Tower One, is 19 stories and contains 200 below-market-rate units and 50 market-rate apartments.

The third building is being developed by Extell and will be the tallest in the group and contain about 500 units.

It occupies the former site of the Fulton Street Mall and is very close to the B, D, N, Q, and R subway station.

Bottom Line

A highly visible and very handsome, large residential complex with very substantial retail and lots of residential amenities at a central Downtown location.  The building is smoke-free and has filtered air.


The building commands an important Downtown corner and its two main façades are significantly different.  One has a mid-rise gray element in front of a light-blue element that is three-stories taller.  The other has a large gray element with some large windows that are projected outwards and some that are recessed and several that are of different sizes.  This section of the building contains retail space and is adjacent to a glass element that is two stories taller surrounding and over the residential entrance. 

The building is “creased” at the corner and the tower’s two main façades have grids of rectangular windows in the lower portion that become an abacus-like vertical fenestration of different heights and then revert to the grids of rectangular windows at the top.  One of these façades has one major setback and the other two.

The building has a silvery façade.

The lobby has a “feature wall” crafted “with soft wood joists reclaimed from a Williamsburg warehouse.

The building has sidewalk landscaping.

The building contains about 700,000 square feet of retail space including a Century 21 Department Store, City Target and the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and the DeKalb Market Food Hall that includes Arepa Lady, Eight Turn Crepe, Forcella Pizza, Pierogi Bar, Fletcher’s Brooklyn Barbecue, Pain d’Avignnon, Amble Hills Cremery and Cuzin’s Duzin.

Apartments begin at the 20th floor.  It also has more than 23,000 square feet of double-height recreational spaces and landscaped sundecks.


There is a 24/7 doorman, bicycle storage, a business center, residents’ lounge on the 18th floor, a fitness center with a basketball court, and a roof deck.


Kitchens come in three finishes and have Blomberg, Bertazzoni and Bosch fixtures, and white quartz countertops.  The cabinetry has wood inserts and there is under-cabinet lighting.

Floors have five-inch-wide oak plants and living rooms have large windows with custom solar shades.

Apartment 20K is a two-bedroom unit with an entry foyer that a leads past an open kitchen to a 19-foot-long living/dining room.

Apartment 21N is a two-bedroom unit with entry foyer next to an open kitchen that leads to a 14-foot-wide living/dining room.

Apartment 40H is a one-bedroom unit with an entry foyer that leads past an open kitchen to the 17-foot-wide living/dining room.

Apartment 20U is a studio unit with a large entry foyer that leads diagonally to an open kitchen and the 16-foot-wide, angled living/dining/sleeping area.