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Images of 250 Gold Street via Nooklyn Images of 250 Gold Street via Nooklyn
Just over three years since developer Gold Street Realty Holdings acquired the full-block site 250 Gold Street for $60 million (per city records), construction has wound down and the 216-unit building at the junction of DUMBO and Downtown Brooklyn is getting ready to welcome its first residents. An affordable lottery for 86 units from $2,241/month took place last winter, and leasing has launched on the market-rate apartments.
Current availabilities start at $2,700/month for studios, $3,254/month for one-bedrooms, $4,108/month for two-bedrooms, and $6,785/month for three-bedrooms. All prices are net effective to reflect one month free rent on a 13-month lease. The concession puts it roughly in line with the Downtown Brooklyn median, which ranges from $3,115/month for studios to $8,748/month for three-bedrooms (per CityRealty listings).
250-Gold-Street-02 Rendering via J Frankl Architects
Designer J Frankl Associates designed the 13-story building based on the current zoning district, which does not allow for the types of supertalls that have been sprouting all over Downtown Brooklyn. To that end, the design features numerous cantilevers to add more units and outdoor space. They float above a more staid brick base punctuated with large windows and multiple glass balconies.
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All apartments feature interiors by the Brooklyn-based StudiosC Architecture, high ceilings, oversized windows, luxury finishes, and central air conditioning. The kitchens come outfitted with stone countertops and new stainless steel appliances, including gas ranges and dishwashers. Select units come with private outdoor space.
 
 
 
 
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StudiosC was also behind the building’s amenities, and described the project as “an opportunity to express luxury design in a simplistic and elegant way.” That comes through well in the building’s fitness center with yoga room and sauna, screening room, game room, lounge, and children’s playroom. Additional perks like virtual doorman service, a business center, a pet spa, and a large central laundry room also go a long way towards making life at 250 Gold Street more convenient and enjoyable.

While the surrounding area is not one of the livelier sections of Brooklyn, it is a short walk from the waterfront dining of DUMBO, the emergent retail section of Downtown Brooklyn, and the Brooklyn Bridge entry point. Between this, the building’s bike room and lower-level parking, and the nearby York Street F, Borough Hall 2/3 and4/5, and Jay Street-MetroTech A/C, F, and R trains, there is no shortage of ways to get to Manhattan or elsewhere in Brooklyn.
250-Gold-Street-0065 View towards Manhattan and the East River from 250 Gold Street

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