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Rental Building News and Offers

New luxury rentals in Downtown Brooklyn New luxury rentals in Downtown Brooklyn
June 15, 2022 marks the official end of the 421-a program that offered developers tax breaks in exchange for including a percentage of rent-stabilized units in their buildings. However, this is not the end of the city's attempts to solve the housing crisis: Mayor Eric Adams has just announced his long-awaited affordable housing plan after seeking feedback from renters, real estate industry stakeholders, and the homeless alike. The new initiatives include improving public housing stock and NYCHA, reducing red tape so as to speed up the construction of new housing, addressing homelessness, upgrading housing quality, and building and preserving affordable housing.
Mayor Adams unveiled his plan in a presentation at 90 Sands Street, which was originally built as a hotel for the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Non-profit Breaking Ground purchased it for $170 million in August 2018 and set about converting it to affordable and supportive units. In addition to 305 units for the formerly homeless and 185 affordable units for a wide range of incomes (full criteria and application here), the building will offer an attended lobby, a community room, a digital library, a fitness room, and reimagined plaza space. Utilities will be included in the rents.
90 Sands Street is one of many Downtown Brooklyn buildings that have been constructed or converted to housing since a 2004 rezoning that allowed for greater residential development. The past few years have seen a spate of new high-rises with luxurious interiors and expansive amenity packages, and the building boom shows no sign of slowing down. That is good news for the large number of renters who seek access to Downtown Brooklyn's convenient transportation, growing retail and cultural scene, and close proximity to popular neighborhoods like DUMBO, Boerum Hill, and Fort Greene - CityRealty listings show only 88 units for rent in Downtown Brooklyn, coming to a median rent of $4,369/month.
Below, we take a look at the most appealing rental buildings in Downtown Brooklyn, as well as the buildings on the rise that we’re most excited about. Incidentally, a number of these broke ground while 421-a was still in effect, thus bringing hundreds of affordable units to the neighborhood.

Coming Soon

9 Dekalb Avenue
93 stories | 400 rental units
Completed in 2022

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At 93 stories and 1,006 feet high, The Brooklyn Tower is the first and only supertall in the borough. The landmarked Dime Savings Bank was renovated and restored as part of the project, and residents will enter the building through the historic colonnade. All units will feature interiors by Gachot Studios, elegant kitchens, and a distinct material palette throughout. Amenities include state-of-the-art health and fitness spaces, outdoor loggias, and a landscaped outdoor deck with a pool, hot tub, lounge areas, and BBQ grills at the bank's Gustavino-tiled dome. Sales launched on the condos on the uppermost levels earlier this spring, and the rentals are expected to launch leasing later this summer.

540 Fulton Street
43 stories | 327 units
Completed in 2022

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The Paxton's uses embody the live-work neighborhood Downtown Brooklyn has become: The new tower offers eight floors of office space with residential units on top, the better to make the most of spectacular skyline views. Amenities are set to include a common lounge, a resident business center, package and laundry rooms, parking for 11 bicycles, a ninth-floor gym, and a roof deck. 96 units have reportedly been designated affordable, but details on this are not yet available.

35 stories | 1,046 units
Completion estimated for 2024

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Construction is underway on 625 Fulton Street, which will be one of the tallest buildings in Brooklyn upon completion. It will ultimately feature a new elementary school, 50,000 square feet of retail space, 739,000 square feet of office space, and over 900 rental apartments on top. Thirty percent of the residential units have been designated as permanently affordable.

44 stories | 440 units
Completion estimated for 2024

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As part of its goal to create "the most sustainable block in Downtown Brooklyn," Alloy Development will make 100 Flatbush Avenue entirely electric, including for such functions that would normally use gas. Additional environmentally friendly features are set to include a high-performance building envelope, residential heat pumps, and natural materials. The building will not offer parking, so as to encourage alternative methods of transportation, but it will feature 224 bike spaces, a fitness center, a rooftop pool, and flexible workspace. The apartments will comprise 396 market-rate units and 45 affordable units. Construction is underway.

591 Fulton Street
60 stories | 591 units
Completion estimated for 2025

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At the beginning of June 2022, ground broke on The Brook, a 600-foot-tall tower planned for the Albee Square section of Downtown Brooklyn. The New York Post identified Beyer Blinder Belle as the architect, and the finished product will feature nearly 600 units and 30,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities.

43 stories | 421 units
Completion estimated for 2025

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In November 2021, developer Feil Organization filed permits for a mixed-use tower at the corner of Fulton Street and Red Hook Lane. Renderings depict a glass and metal tower rising from a base contextual with the low- and mid-scale buildings along Fulton Street Mall. Upon completion, it is expected to include 100,000 square feet of commercial space, 73 parking spaces, and 421 apartments (30 percent of which have been designated affordable). Demolition of the three-story structure previously on the site is nearly complete, and construction of the new building is expected to commence later this year and take approximately three years.

13 stories | 73 units
Completion TBD

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On the corner of Concord Street and Bridge Plaza Court, a two-story garage is about to give way to a new 13-story tower with ground-floor retail and 73 apartments on top. It is situated between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, not to mention within close proximity to Trinity Park, Cadman Plaza Park, Downtown Brooklyn shopping, and the York Street F train.
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Now Leasing

196 Willoughby Street
34 stories | 476 units
Completed in 2022

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Earlier this month, The Willoughby announced the grand opening of the 445-foot-high tower on the border of Downtown Brooklyn and Fort Greene. All 476 studio through two-bedroom apartments feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows, contemporary interiors by Durukan Design, walnut oak flooring, open kitchens, integrated stainless steel appliances, and in-unit washer/dryers. Residential amenities include a library, a fitness center with yoga studio, a conference room and work-from-home spaces, a lounge/entertaining room, a dog run/spa, an outdoor courtyard, and a large outdoor dining area with grilling stations, lounge seating, and built-in fireplaces. The building also has an underground parking garage, but is located within walking distance of the 2/3/4/5/D/N/R/B/Q/C transit lines.

22 stories | 96 units
Completed in 2021

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Full-block building One Boerum Place's prow-like form makes a dramatic statement and overlooks Brooklyn's Borough Hall. This rental was originally conceived as condos, and that comes through in the apartments' high-quality finishes and spacious floor plates. All units feature 10-foot ceilings, oversized windows, wide-plank oak wood floors, kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances and custom cabinetry, and Bianco Dolomiti marble baths. Amenities include an attended lobby, a two-story fitness center with men's and women's changing rooms, a lap pool, a sauna, a children's playroom, a pet spa, bike storage, automated parking, and a landscaped roof terrace with a "Stargazing Lawn."

310 Livingston Street
23 stories | 160 units
Completed in 2021

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For The Guild, architect Fogarty Finger drew inspiration from prewar and modern aesthetics alike in Downtown Brooklyn and Boerum Hill. All units feature 9' ceilings, wide plank wood floorings, kitchens with Caesarstone countertops and Blomberg appliances, Italian porcelain tile baths, and in-unit washer/dryers. Amenities include an attended lobby, a fitness center, a library/"speakeasy" lounge, a game room, a private dining room, and a rooftop terrace with grilling, lounging, and dining spaces.

19 stories | 183 units
Completed in 2018

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At the junction of Flatbush Avenue and Fulton Street, One Flatbush Avenue offers contemporary apartments in a vibrant area. All residences feature open layouts, large multi-pane windows, gourmet kitchens with Shaker-style cabinetry and Bosch appliances, elegant baths, central heating and air conditioning, and in-unit washer/dryers. Amenities include an attended lobby, a package room with delivery notifications, a fitness center with Peloton bikes, a lounge with a 65" TV and catering kitchen, a game room, and a roof terrace with lounge chairs.

20 stories | 180 units
To be completed in 2022

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22 Chapel Street's faceted facade by CetraRuddy offers a contemporary take on historic Brooklyn architecture. The apartments start on the third floor and feature oversized windows, open kitchens with stainless steel appliances, spa-inspired baths, and in-unit washer/dryers. Amenities include a lounge with terrace access, a fitness center and yoga room, a children's playroom, and a rooftop terrace with seating, outdoor kitchen, lawn area, and dramatic Downtown Brooklyn views. Leasing has begun, and move-ins are expected to start later this summer.

13 stories | 286 units
Completed in 2021

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Downtown Brooklyn and DUMBO have emerged as two of the borough's most in-demand neighborhoods, and 250 Gold Street is located at the junction of them. This particular zoning district did not allow for the types of skyscrapers that have sprouted elsewhere in Brooklyn, but designer J Frankl Architects worked around that with cantilevers that allow select units to have private outdoor space. All units feature high ceilings, oversized windows, kitchens with stone countertops and stainless steel appliances, and central air conditioning. Amenities include virtual doorman service, a fitness center with yoga room and sauna, a screening room, a game room, a lounge, a children's playroom, a pet spa, and a business center.

32 stories | 379 units
Completed in 2016

300 Ashland Place (Images via Two Trees)
300 Ashland Place is a dramatic, metal-paneled, diagonally-sliced slab that rises between Flatbush Avenue and Ashland Place, across from the Atlantic Terminal LIRR and subway junction. The 32-story tower offers 24-hour concierge services, resident lounges, on-site parking for cars and bikes alike, a sprawling rooftop terrace, and a 29th floor fitness center with dramatic skyline views. Broad balconies look out right onto the splendid pre-war clocktower at One Hanson Place across the street. The atrium-like, wedge-shaped base holds an Apple store, while a terraced public plaza provides a lively space for socializing and outdoor performances fitting for the surrounding Brooklyn Cultural District.

#8 - Hub

333 Schermerhorn Street
55 stories | 750 units
Completed in 2017

Hub at 333 Schermerhorn Street (Images via hubbk.com)
“Live high,” proclaims the tagline at the official website for Hub, which reigned as Brooklyn’s tallest building from 2015 to 2019, and remains the borough’s third-highest. The 52-story, glass-and-brick skyscraper offers nine- to ten-foot ceilings, open layouts, and floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto expansive vistas of the skyline, the harbor, and Brooklyn’s rowhouse blocks that stretch to distant Coney Island. A 40,000-square-foot amenity suite includes sunlit, 75-foot-long pool that looks out onto a spacious, planted roof deck. Lounges, party rooms, screening areas, and grilling cabanas come as part of the package.

Studios from $3,388/month
Rent discount for first 6 months


250 Ashland Place
52 stories | 586 units
Completed in 2016

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The 52-story Ashland at 250 Ashland Place tallies as Brooklyn’s sixth-tallest building. The skyscraper earns its high ranking on this list not only because of its lofty height and panoramic views from floor-to-ceiling windows, but also thanks to unit finishes, such as Black Absolute granite counters in kitchens, wide-plank oak floors, and in-unit Bosch washers/dryers, as well as amenities such as several indoor and outdoor common areas (including a lounge and deck at the top of the building), a fitness center, a billiard room, a children’s playroom, screening areas, bike storage, and more. Residents also receive special access and discounts at the Gotham Market at The Ashland, located on the ground floor.

Studios from $3,450/month
Two-Beds from $7,040/month

Rent discount for first 6 months


#10 - City Tower

10 City Point
48 stories | 439 units
Completed in 2016

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City Tower sits atop the 700,000-square-foot shopping complex that holds a Century 21, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, the DeKalb Market Food Hall, and other local favorites. Residences begin on the floors above the massive retail base, meaning that even the lowest units boast lofty views, as well as quartz countertops in kitchens and appliances and fixtures by Blomberg, Bertazzoni, Bosch and Grohe and Kohler. The environmentally-friendly, LEED Silver-certified building features construction from recycled materials, a double-height lobby decked out with wood joists from a reclaimed Williamsburg warehouse, a sprawling roof decks with lawns and native vegetation. A 3,000-square-foot gym, an elevated indoor basketball half-court with sweeping city views, and a 43rd floor sunbathing terrace are just some of the additional amenities.

Studios from $3,895/month
One-Beds from $4,525/month

Reduced security deposit for qualified applicants


25 stories | 714 units
Completed in 2017

33 Bond Street (Images via TF Cornerstone)
The 25-story tower at 33 Bond Street stands at the south fringe of Downtown Brooklyn, close to the tree-lined, low-rise Boerum Hill neighborhood, meaning that floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies on the tower’s upper floors open onto unobstructed panoramas of Brooklyn’s great urban expanse, while north- and west-facing windows face the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines in all their glory. The massive roof deck is a veritable private park, while HomeWork is an extensive in-house business space with a focus on collaborative work. 33 Bond offers its residents private access into the Chelsea Piers Fitness Center in Brooklyn, located within the building, which offers a three-lane, 75-foot indoor pool, group fitness studios, and more.

27 stories | 250 units
Completed in 2016

7 Dekalb Avenue (Images via Brodsky)
7 DeKalb is the smallest of the tower trio at City Point, yet with a 27-story height, residents still get lofty views across Brooklyn and beyond. The zinc-clad tower rises above the 700,000-square-foot retail center as City Tower, its younger and taller brother next door as described above, and similarly offers a landscaped roof deck. 7 DeKalb also features a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a screening hall, bicycle parking, and laundry rooms on every floor. The doorman-serviced building faces a spacious plaza and public promenade at DeKalb Avenue, a vibrant gathering space and a focal point for the surrounding shopping district.

214 Duffield Street
58 stories | 326 units
Completed in 2016

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Avalon Willoughby Square towers 58 stories as one of Brooklyn’s fourth-tallest building, with a jazzy facade of blue and turquoise glass that adds pizzazz to the imposing structure. Avalon Willoughby Square towers 58 stories as Brooklyn’s fourth-tallest building, yet its jazzy facade of staggered and striped glass in various hues of blue adds pizzazz to its broad frame. Equally fun are the included amenities, such as a fitness center with a studio for group exercise and yoga, a forest-themed children’s playroom, a WAG pet spa and an outdoor dog run with separate spaces for big and small dogs, an AVA Brew coffee shop, and a shared dining room with a demonstration kitchen. The 58th floor holds an indoor lounge and an outdoor sunbathing terrace, which offers some of the finest skyline views available anywhere in the borough. The building also offers 24-hour concierge service, on-call maintenance, parking for cars and bikes, and direct entry to the Jay St-Metrotech station, located in the building base. The skyscraper’s eco-friendly features have earned it a LEED Silver rating from the US Green Building Council.

#14 - DKLB BKLN

80 Dekalb Avenue
34 stories | 369 units
Completed in 2010

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DKLB BLKN is instantly recognizable thanks to its striking, rippled metal facade and pinnacle setbacks, which hold spacious resident terraces. The 34-story building stands less than two blocks away from Fort Greene Park and overlooks its green canopy and memorial column from broad, floor-to-ceiling windows, which rise extra high thanks to 9- to 11-foot ceilings. Most units come with Bosch washers/dryers, Caesarstone kitchen counters, and dishwashers. Amenities and services include a round-the-clock doorman, valet, a fitness center with a yoga room, a roof deck, on-site parking, a bike room, and a lounge with a pool table, fireplace, library, bar, and more.

248 Duffield Street
7 stories | 121 units
Completed in 1893 | Converted in 2017

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The Offerman House offers Downtown Brooklyn’s finest pre-war rental apartments in a seven-story loft constructed in 1893 with a stately facade crafted with Romanesque-inspired Rundbogenstil arcades. The officially-recognized landmark, which once housed a department store, offers a contemporary-chic lobby, an elevated gym that looks out through large arched windows, and a spacious landscaped roof deck with lounge chairs, grilling stations, and common dining areas.

#16 - The Amberly

120 Nassau Street
33 stories | 270 units
Completed in 2018

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The Amberly at 120 Nassau Street sits in Downtown Brooklyn’s northwest vanguard, near Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. The 34-story building marks the unique point of visual convergence of the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, which open in postcard-worthy, direct view from floor-to-ceiling windows. Manhattan comes in splending view from upper-floor apartments and the top-level resident lounge, and is easily accessible via several nearby subway stations. A large landscaped plaza fronts the building entrance. Round-the-clock concierge service, a fitness center, and a landscaped roof terrace with grilling stations and outdoor dining areas and other services round off a sizeable amenity package.

#17 - The Eagle

86 Fleet Place
32 stories | 440 units
Completed in 2017

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The Eagle is a sleek, 32-story high-rise that faces the Myrtle Avenue corner with a sweeping curved-glass wall. The tower rises at the northeast edge of the Downtown Brooklyn skyline, across from a low-rise neighborhood, allowing even lower-floor residents to enjoy expansive panoramas of the East River and the glorious Midtown skyline from full-wall windows and spacious balconies. Walnut floors, 10- to 12-foot ceilings, stone kitchen countertops, and in-unit washers/dryers further elevate the residential experience, as do amenities such as 24-hour concierge, a resident lounge with a fireplace and billiards, a 3,500-square-foot gym with an yoga/dance/aerobics studio, a children’s playroom, a business center, a roof sundeck at the building pinnacle, car and bike parking, and valet service to take care of laundry and other needs.

42 stories | 326 units
Completed in 2013

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The soaring, 42-story tower at 66 Rockwell Place occupies a central location between nearby Fort Greene Park, the City Point Shopping Center, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the surrounding Brooklyn Cultural Center. Floor-to-ceiling windows and upper-floor balconies in one of the borough’s tallest buildings upen upon sweeping panoramas and shed ample sunlight into bamboo-floored apartments. The view is at its finest at the EOS Club Sky Lounge and Sky Deck atop the building. An extensive fitness center, a game room with billiards and air hockey tables, a courtyard deck with grilling and dining stations, and a library-equipped lounge cover the residents fitness and entertainment needs.

#19 - BKLYN AIR

309 Gold Street
36 stories | 255 units
Completed in 2014

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The 36-story BKLYN AIR rises at the skyline’s eastern vanguard, across from a low-rise neighborhood, which makes for for sumptuous Midtown views from floor-to-ceiling windows even in lower-floor units, most splendidly from curved, glassed-in corner rooms. The building lives up to its name with a high-in-the-air amenity suite, where the aptly-named outdoor Sky Pool, landscaped Sky Deck come with lounge seating, sunlit Sky Gym with some of the finest views of any fitness center in the city, and a chill Sky Lounge with ample meeting space and a kitchen, all located on the building’s topmost levels. BKLYN AIR also offers a spacious roof deck with dining tables and a “life-size” chess set.

#20 - Brooklyner

111 Lawrence Street
51 stories | 491 units
Completed in 2009

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In 2009, the 514-foot, 51-story Brooklyner snatched the borough’s height crown from One Hanson Place, which held the tallest title since 1927. The tower still stands taller than just about any other building to the north and west, preserving broad panoramas of the Manhattan skyline and ensuring that the landscaped rooftop sundeck remains free of shadow throughout the year. The building also entices with its several resident lounges, a fitness center with a yoga studio, a children’s playroom, outdoor grilling stations, a game room with billiards and skee-ball, 24-hour concierge, valet service, and more.

#21 - The Lane

415 Red Hook Lane
21 stories | 110 units
Completed in 2017

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The Lane rises at the crossing of Red Hook Lane, Boerum Place, and Livingston Street, near the charming neighborhoods of Brooklyn Heights and Boerum Hill. The building features a spacious lobby, 24-hour concierge services, a fitness center with an outdoor “cool down area,” a children’s playroom, a club lounge, and an extensive outdoor deck. Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook a rarefied collection of historic buildings, including the nearby Borough Hall, the green canopy of Cadman Plaza Park, and the graceful span of the Manhattan Bridge, with the Manhattan skyline rising beyond. Apartments feature dishwashers and in-unit washers/dryers.

#22 - The Azure

436 Albee Square
28 stories | 150 units
Completed in 2018

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Glass panels cascade down the facade of the 28-story Azure like streams of water, mingling with balconies that feature in every unit. The building’s slender form and pervasive floor-to-ceiling windows bask every room in ample sunlight. White cabinetry, white kitchen countertops and white walls create a minimalist, Zen-like palette and contrast pleasantly against oak floors. Units are equipped with dishwashers, washers/dryers, and bluetooth speakers throughout. The centrally-sited building stands across from the City Point shopping center, and offers services that include a doorman, a third-floor lounge with an outdoor terrace, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, bike parking, and more. The roof terrace at the tower’s pinnacle overlooks panoramas that span the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines, and the harbor waters that shimmer in the sunset light.

343 Gold Street
42 stories | 631 units
Completed in 2009

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The 42-story tower at Avalon Fort Greene opens onto a spacious, tree-lined plaza that shields residents from the bustle of Flatbush Avenue. On the other side, a low-rise district preserves panoramic views of Midtown, Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Long Island City. As the name suggests, the building sits close to Fort Greene Park, Downtown Brooklyn’s favorite communal hangout. Apartments come with floor-to-ceiling windows, maple cabinets, granite countertops, and in-unit washers/dryers. Common areas include a fitness center, resident lounges, bike parking, and community-sponsored social events for residents and their friends.

#24 - Hoyt & Horn

45 Hoyt Street
26 stories | 368 units
Completed in 2017

Hoyt & Horn, 45 Hoyt Street (Images via Rose Associates)
As the name suggests, 26-story Hoyt & Horn sits at the junction of Hoyt and Schermerhorn streets, on a vibrant shopping corridor where cosmopolitan Downtown Brookly meets quaint Boerum Hill. The building’s location across from a low-rise district ensures panoramic views of the skyline, the harbor, and the great expanse of Brooklyn from most apartments. Units come with white oak floors, nine-foot ceilings, and in-unit washers and dryers. An industrially-inspired, round-the-clock attended lobby entices with a fireplace, a green wall, a mural and glass-art pendant lights. Spacious roof decks sport lawns, lounge seating, and abundant planting. A lounge, a game room, and a fitness center with a yoga studio are also included, as is parking for cars and bicycles and curated resident events.

#25 - Caesura

280 Ashland Place
12 stories | 122 units
Completed in 2017

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“Pause. And step into your Brooklyn sanctuary,” beckons Caesura’s tagline, in reference to the building name that indicates a break in a line of speech or poetry. Units feature hardwood floors, Caesarstone quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, soaking tubs, and in-unit washers/dryers. Caesura pursues the theme of serenity and revival with a double height conservatory for “quiet contemplation,” a “lending library of useful items” known as Common Goods, and a roof garden with indigenous plants. Also included are a lounge, a fitness center, a bike room with a sink and tool station, a game room, and more.

#26 - The Addison

225 Schermerhorn Street
26 stories | 271 units
Completed in 2011

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The two-towered, red-brick Addison rises between Livingston and Schermerhorn streets, in the midst of a lively shopping and dining corridor. A cozy, spacious courtyard with social areas, grilling stations and string lights nestles between the two buildings, which also feature a gym and a lounge with a fireplace, coffee bar, and a library. Units come with washers and dryers, granite countertops in kitchens, and balconies in select apartments. Low-rise buildings to the south guarantee expansive views of Brooklyn stretching to the harbor, while many north-facing units offer dramatic panos of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines.

81 Fleet Place
15 stories | 205 units
Completed in 2016

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The Giovanni makes a dramatic statement on its Downtown Brooklyn block. All units feature large windows, dark maple wood flooring, open kitchens with Caesarstone countertops and stainless steel appliances, white-tiled baths, and in-unit washer/dryers. Amenities include an airy lobby with 24-hour concierge service, a fitness center and yoga room, a residents' lounge, a media room, a game room, a library, and a landscaped deck.

#28 - The Margo

180 Myrtle Avenue
15 stories | 229 units
Completed in 2016

Up the street from Fort Greene Park, The Margo's orange brick facade and oversized windows set it apart at the streetscape. All units feature high ceilings, elegant floors, kitchens with Caesarstone countertops and stainless steel appliances, designer baths, and in-unit Bosch washer/dryers. Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a residents' lounge, a game room, a children's playroom, bike storage, and a landscaped sun deck with grills.


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