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33 Bond Street was designed by Handel Architects. (Image via Handel Architects) 33 Bond Street was designed by Handel Architects. (Image via Handel Architects)
In 2017, developers TF Cornerstone unveiled the property at 33 Bond Street in Downtown Brooklyn as one of the latest rental towers to rise in the exciting neighborhood - joining the likes of HUB, The Ashland, City Tower, The Eagle, The Amberly, One Flatbush and more.

Rising to 25 stories, 33 Bond aims to create the ultimate dwelling experience by offering elegant studio, one and two bedroom apartments along with lifestyle-enhancing amenities including a landscaped rooftop terrace with incredible views of New York City, co-working spaces, and even pet sitting and grooming services. The building's latest no fee listings have special offers for new renters including one month free on a 12 month lease and $1,000 security deposits; studios are priced from $3,099/month, one bedrooms from $3,450/month and two bedrooms from $4,630/month.
Model residence with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony. (Images via TF Cornerstone)
Apartments at 33 Bond have top-of-the-line finishes including elegant white oak floor and floor-to-ceiling windows. Chef's kitchens are designed for all cooking needs, equipped with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. The building is pet friendly and even animals have full-service amenities including a play space, grooming spa and veterinary clinic, and other services like dog walking, pet sitting and dog training.
Right downstairs is a 52,000-square-foot fitness club by Chelsea Piers, its first Brooklyn outpost. Additional retailers in the building include Columbia coffee roaster Devoción, the sandwich shop Dépanneur - and TF Cornerstone recently announced two more will soon open. Neighborhood Cut and Shave, a barber shop with three New York City locations, leased 801 square feet of ground-floor space, and Burger Village, a Long Island-based organic burger restaurant with three locations in Brooklyn, Great Neck and Hicksville, signed a lease for 1,786 square feet.
Fulton Street has historically catered to the neighborhood's shopping needs though a surge of new retail has helped it become a shopper's destination. Beyond the shops of Fulton Mall, new destinations include City Point, Dekalb Market Hall, 365 by Whole Foods and an Apple Store in the base of 300 Ashland - and many more.
The resident lobby lounge. (Images via TF Cornerstone)
Game room and lounge
HomeWork co-working space
33-Bond-Street-05 (Handel Architects)
Living at the full-service 33 Bond comes with plenty of perks including a 24-hour attended lobby, valet dry cleaning, easy access bike storage and a convenient ground floor ATM. The second floor has a landscaped roof terrace with BBQ grills, outdoor showers and a putting green. HomeWork is the building's co-working space and includes conference rooms, comfortable workstations, a self-serve kitchenette and an outdoor work area.

Interested in renting at 33 Bond? Visit the building's official website or contact the leasing office at (718) 330-0330.
33 Bond Street, a new mixed-use rental building in Downtown Brooklyn. (Image via Handel Architects)

TF Cornerstone

TF Cornerstone
33 Bond Leasing
33 Bond Street
New York, NY 11201
(718) 330-XXXX