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Renderings of Brooklyn Point via Williams New York Renderings of Brooklyn Point via Williams New York
Updated 9/12/2019 with construction updates and new video

Basketball season is over a month away, but Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie has already scored quite a victory: According to the New York Post, he has entered contract to buy the 68th-floor penthouse at Brooklyn Point. The three-bedroom, three-bath, 1,455-square-foot home asked around $3.9 million and is located in what is currently the borough’s tallest building at 720 feet high. The 68-story tower is now officially enclosed.
138-Willoughby-Street-2 Living room
In addition to being in the borough’s current tallest building, the corner penthouse is the highest apartment ever built in Brooklyn at 640 feet off the ground. While not totally detached from the rest of the building and city, as some other new construction penthouses are perceived, this height does allow for spectacular views of Upper Manhattan, the Rockaways, and everything in between, including a postcard-perfect vista of the Manhattan skyline, through oversized windows.
138-Willoughby-Street-3 Kitchen
138-Willoughby-Street-4 Bedroom
The corner penthouse features interiors by Katherine Newman Design, white oak floors, split bedroom floor plan, and in-unit washer/dryer. The eat-in kitchen is finished with quartz slab countertops, wine fridge, and Miele appliances.
138-Willoughby-Street-5 Rooftop infinity pool
Brooklyn Point is crowned with the highest rooftop infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere. The 40,000 square feet of residential amenities also include an indoor pool, fitness center, rock climbing wall, spa and sauna, wine room, pet spa, game lounge, and, as Mr. Dinwiddie will surely appreciate, a private basketball court. Remaining availabilities range from a studio for $907K to a three-bedroom for $3.5 million.

Brooklyn Point is taking shape in a bustling area above the retail and culinary offerings of City Point and less than a mile from Barclays Center, the Nets’ home base. Construction topped out earlier this spring, and the distinct contrast glass and white paneled facade designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox is fully in place. Completion is estimated for 2020.
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