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Sunset and skyline views from One Brooklyn Bridge Park, #PH1215 (Compass) Sunset and skyline views from One Brooklyn Bridge Park, #PH1215 (Compass)
Over the past few years, Long Island City and certain sections of Brooklyn have experienced a residential building boom that has resulted in the conversion and construction of housing units with finishes and amenities to rival those in Manhattan's luxury buildings. They also enjoy unobstructed views of the world's most iconic skyline from a more peaceful environment.

Clinton Hill Co-ops, #9B (Compass)

Citylights, #35L (Modern Spaces)

Kirkman Lofts, #3D (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

NOVA, #25B (Modern Spaces)

388 Bridge Street, #PH49A (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

11 Hoyt, #43H (Corcoran Group)

Toren, #PH3603 (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

Two Northside Piers, #11A (Compass)

The McCarren, #3 (Compass)

The Edge South Tower, #5D (Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC)

The View at East Coast, #1105 (Compass)

84 Meserole Avenue, #PH (Compass)

The Esquire Building, #6J (Compass)

Quay Tower, #15A (Serhant LLC)

One Clinton, #30C (Corcoran Group)

1 John Street, #4B (Sothebys International Realty)

One Brooklyn Bridge Park, #PH1215 (Compass)
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