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After three years, one teaser video, and several tantalizing Instagram posts, sales have launched at Brooklyn Point, Extell Development's first building in the borough. The Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed tower is Brooklyn's tallest residential building at 68 stories and 720 feet high. A few future buildings (ahem, 9 DeKalb Avenue) threaten to surpass its height record, but newly revealed renderings show that they will have a lot to live up to in terms of apartments and amenities.

Brooklyn Point studios start at $837K; one-bedrooms start at $1.102 million; two-bedrooms start at $1.907 million; and three-bedrooms start at $2.929 million. According to CityRealty data, these prices put them well above the Downtown Brooklyn median price of $740K for studios, $960K for one-bedrooms, $1.355 million for two-bedrooms, and $2.085 million for three-bedrooms.
138 Willoughby Street (Extell Marketing Group)

All apartments will have panoramic waterfront and skyline views seen through floor-to-ceiling windows, interiors by Katherine Newman Designs, and luxe finishes.

138 Willoughby Street interiors Living room via Extell Development

The Extell Choice program allows residents to have their choice of light or dark palettes for custom kitchen cabinetry and white oak wood flooring. Either way, kitchens come with white quartz countertops and a premium Miele integrated appliance package.

138 Willoughby Street interiors Kitchen via Extell Development

Tranquil master suites feature walls of glass and walk-in closets.

138 Willoughby Street interiors Master bedroom via Extell Development

Master baths are outfitted with radiant floor heating, mosaic walls, and integrated glass medicine cabinet.

138 Willoughby Street interiors Master bath via Extell Development

In addition to the highest rooftop infinity pool in the Western hemisphere, Brooklyn Point is topped with lounge and dining areas, outdoor showers, and a movie screening area.

Brooklyn Point amenities Rooftop pool via Extell Development

The indoor, 65-foot saltwater pool is part of a spa area with lounge seating, hot tub, infrared sauna, and men's and women's steam rooms.

Brooklyn Point amenities Pool via Extell Development

The ninth-floor Park Lounge offers coffee in the morning, cocktails in the evening, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls, fireplace, workspace, and terrace access at all times.

Brooklyn Point amenities Park Lounge via Extell Development

A landscaped terrace has a putting green, fire pit, and dining areas with grills.

Brooklyn Point amenities Terrace via Extell Development

With a two-story playroom inside and Forest Adventure playground right outside the door, children have as much to enjoy at Brooklyn Point as adults.

Brooklyn Point amenities Playroom via Extell Development
Brooklyn Point amenities Forest Adventure via Extell Developemnt

A game room is fully equipped with billiards, Ping Pong, foosball, card tables, classic arcade games, and video game consoles attached to a big screen TV.

Brooklyn Point amenities Game room via Extell Development

Between a chef's kitchen and wine library, Brooklyn Point is an epicure's paradise.

Brooklyn Point amenities Chef's kitchen via Extell Development
Brooklyn Point amenities Wine library via Extell Development

An eleventh-floor, state-of-the-art fitness center has cardio and weights areas, spin and Pilates studios, rock climbing wall, and squash/basketball court.

Brooklyn Point amenities Fitness center via Extell Development

An Alamo Drafthouse Cinema outpost is less than a block away, but residents may not need it with their building's screening and performance room.

Brooklyn Point amenities Screening room via Extell Development

Building staff and services include concierge, doorman, package room, cold storage, dry cleaning and stroller valets, pet spa, bike room, and storage.

138 Willoughby Street amenities Lobby via Extell Development
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