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West vew from Hub's sky lounge on the 53rd floor; Photo credits: Steiner NYC West vew from Hub's sky lounge on the 53rd floor; Photo credits: Steiner NYC
Coined as Urburbia, the New York Post writes, “Demand for homey buildings in cozy neighborhoods —where cherry trees bloom in spring and Halloween parades amble by each fall— is huge.” While homey is not the first thing that comes to mind when describing Brooklyn’s newest rental, Hub, its Downtown Brooklyn and Boerum Hill locale offers the best of tranquil suburbia with urban convenience. The latter neighborhood is well-known for its tree-lined blocks and its sense of community, while Downtown Brooklyn, coupled with the building’s urban typology, is well adept at providing urban conveniences at the snap of a finger.
HUB-03 Rendering of the Hub pictured at the junction of brownstone Brooklyn and Downtown Brooklyn
333-Schermerhorn-34 Rendering of living room; Steiner NYC
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Standing 600 feet tall and holding 750 apartments, Hub is the tallest and among the largest buildings in Brooklyn. Its staggered profile penned by Dattner Architects offers plenty of outdoor opportunities and affords 75% of its apartments corner windows. According to our architecture critic, Carter B. Horsley, its cascading massing is an aesthetic descendant of the great 30 Rockefeller Plaza. Like that Art Deco skyscraper, Hub offers incredible views of the cityscape — presenting a panorama stretching from the Verazzano Bridge to Midtown Manhattan.
HUb-034 View to the north towards the East River and Midtown Manhattan
HUB-BK094 View east over Fort Greene and its namesake park
HUBBK-034 View south to theVerazzano-Narrows Bridge, Atlantic Ocean and Staten Island
Views to the west overlook the rapidly evolving Brooklyn skyline, the East River, the Statue of Liberty and downtown Manhattan. To the north, catch the East River bridges and the crescendoing Midtown skyline. The eastern view peers down onto classic Brooklyn with its famed clock tower at One Hanson towering over Fort Greene’s sea of brownstones. And the view south captures all of southern Brooklyn until the city meets the sea.
When you’re not busy gazing out your window, the building offers residents an acre's worth of amenities to enjoy. This includes a 75-foot-long lap pool, a landscaped sundeck and lawn, a state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor and outdoor movie screens, programmed events in the club lounge, a dog run, children’s playroom, party room and a library. To get a further fill on views, there is a sky lounge and outdoor terrace on the 53rd floor.

The Hub is now leasing with studios beginning at $2,497/month and one-bedrooms starting at $2,893/mo. Pricing reflects net-effective rents which includes one month of free rent.
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Hub Leasing Office

Hub Leasing Office
333 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217

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