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The Hub in Downtown Brooklyn tops out at 610 feet, currently the borough's tallest tower. The Hub in Downtown Brooklyn tops out at 610 feet, currently the borough's tallest tower.
Douglas Steiner’s The Hub at 333 Schermerhorn Street has debuted a registration site along with a new batch of interior renderings. Currently Brooklyn’s tallest tower at a height of 610 feet, the 53-story stacked tower is set to offer 740 rental apartments upon completion next year.
The tower recently released new renderings of the interiors and amenities.
The new renderings reveal the tower's well-appointed interiors and luxurious amenities. The residences will have floor-to-ceiling windows, top-notch appliances, and hardwood floors. The impressive amenity package includes a landscaped outdoor terrace with a sun deck, a spacious swimming pool, a fitness center with a yoga studio, a dog run, a grilling terrace, a children’s playroom, and bicycle storage. The building will also feature a 42,000-square-foot retail base.
Expansive windows
Hardwood floors
Fitness center
As 6qft recently reported, the building announced an affordable housing lottery for 150 units. Designated for New Yorkers who earn less than 60% of the area media income, the unit prices range from $833/month for studios to $1,082/month for 2-bedroom units. The lottery is open until December 15.
Situated in close proximity to the BAM Cultural District, The Hub will offer residents a prime Downtown Brooklyn location. Though currently the tallest, the Dattner-designed Hub is just the dawning of a new height for Brooklyn, and will soon be surpassed by the supertall 9 DeKalb and the 700-foot 205 Montague Street.
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Contributing Writer Katy Cornell Katy Cornell is a Long Island native with a passion for writing about real estate in the big city. She recently graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in English and is a frequent contributor to CityRealty's Market Insight and NYC real estate blog 6sqft.