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Brooklyn Point, Extell’s first Brooklyn project and the tallest building in Brooklyn, has topped out at 68 stories and 720 feet high. While its interiors and amenities are still in the works, the panoramic vistas in all directions are already evident. Views extend from the Lower Manhattan skyline to Central Park Tower, beyond the Verrazzano Bridge and into the Atlantic Ocean, and at the best of Brooklyn over Fort Greene Park and down Flatbush Avenue.
138-Willoughby-Street-2 Northern views
138-Willoughby-Street-3 Southern views
138-Willoughby-Street-4 Brooklyn Point circa April 2019 via CityRealty
The views were described as Brooklyn Point’s most amazing feature, but the bar was set remarkably high for this project. The design by Kohn Pedersen Fox presents a bold expression and a pleasant balance of glass and solidity. The double-height frames emphasize the building’s verticality rather than starkly defining every floor. The crowning glory is an expressive point that beautifully frames the roof's Manhattan views.
138-Willoughby-Street-5 Living room
Inside, all apartments come with interiors by Katherine Newman, generous proportions, and a 25-year tax abatement. Kitchens offer integrated Miele appliances and Extell’s signature choice of light or dark finishes and fixtures. Master baths feature marble mosaic walls, custom vanity, and radiant floor heating.
138-Willoughby-Street-6 Rooftop pool
Brooklyn Point is topped with a rooftop pool, the highest in the Western Hemisphere and directly adjacent to a sun deck, dining areas, showers and changing rooms, and an outdoor movie screening space. Several stories down, a dedicated health and wellness floor offers a gym, 35-foot rock climbing wall, yoga/Pilates studio, and spin studio. A lower spa level will house a pool, saunas, steam rooms, and basketball court.
138-Willoughby-Street-7 Terrace
Social amenities include a triple-height lounge with bar, fireplace, and co-working areas, a wine library, a screening room, a children’s playroom, a game lounge described as a playroom for children and adults, and a demonstration kitchen that will be a part of Brooklyn’s food scene by arranging events with Dekalb Market Hall and area chefs. Just out the door, a landscaped terrace will have lounge and grilling areas, a terrace bar, a fire pit, a putting green, and the Forest Adventure children’s playground.
138-Willoughby-Street-8 Eastern views
One might not want to leave the building’s amazing array of amenities, but this would be a mistake. Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Trader Joe’s, Dekalb Market Hall, Target, and the other offerings of City Point are right on the doorstep. Willoughby Square Park, described as the Bryant Park of Downtown Brooklyn, will be right across the street and is estimated to be finished at the same time as Brooklyn Point. Barclays Center, BAM, Fort Greene Park, and Brooklyn Bridge Park are a short walk away. And when leaving the neighborhood cannot be avoided, 11 nearby subway lines will make for a convenient trip.
138-Willoughby-Street-9 Brooklyn Point rendering
Closings are expected to commence in early 2020, and sales got off to a rousing start last spring. Remaining availabilities start at $854K for studios, $995K for one-bedrooms, $1.749 million for two-bedrooms, and $2.95 million for three-bedrooms.
138-Willoughby-Street-10 Brooklyn Point circa April 2019 via CityRealty
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