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Rendering of Brooklyn Crossing via Perkins Eastman/Brodsky Organization Rendering of Brooklyn Crossing via Perkins Eastman/Brodsky Organization
Leasing has officially launched at Brooklyn Crossing, a mammoth 51-story, 810-unit rental high-rise within the Pacific Park master plan at the crossroads of Fort Greene, Prospect Heights, and Downtown Brooklyn. Current availabilities start at $2,950/month for studios, $3,890/month for one-bedrooms, $6,900/month for two-bedrooms, and $7,350/month for three-bedrooms. All prices are net effective to reflect a concession of one month free rent on a 15-month lease.
At 551 feet high, Brooklyn Crossing is currently the tallest building in Pacific Park and among the tallest in Brooklyn. The design by Perkins Eastman stands out not only for its soaring height, but for its glassy green facade and bulky shape. Since the tower overlooks the low-slung Barclays Center, the majority of apartments will have splendid open views of New York City.
Even with the concession in place, Brooklyn Crossing is at the higher end of the price scale for the neighborhood, which like many areas of the city is suffering from a very limited inventory of available apartments. Our listings show only 20 units up for rent in Prospect Heights at a median price of $3,069/month. Current availabilities at the nearby Plank Road range from $3,270/month for a studio to $7,350/month for a two-bedroom. Just outside Pacific Park at 834 Pacific Street, a small handful of studios (some with private terraces) starts at $2,614/month.
Affordable housing lottery Lottery criteria via Housing Connect
Meanwhile, an affordable lottery for 258 units at Brooklyn Crossing is in effect. Individuals and households earning $65,315-$167,650 are eligible to apply for studios for $1,905/month, one-bedrooms for $2,390/month, and two-bedrooms for $3,344/month. The deadline is March 14, and full details and criteria may be found here.

Pacific Park rentals
All 810 studio through three-bedroom units feature:

  • Floor-to-ceiling soundproof windows
  • Kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances and luxurious finishes
  • Baths with marble floors, porcelain walls, and illuminated vanity mirrors
  • In-unit washer/dryers

 
 
 
 
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Approximately 26,000 square feet of amenities include:

  • Attended lobby
  • Fourth-floor fitness center measuring 5,200 square feet
  • Sixth-floor coworking space, screening room, and children's playroom
  • 27th-floor Library Lounge with terrace access
  • 51st-floor Sky Lounge with rooftop pool and cabanas

Brooklyn Crossing is situated directly behind Barclays Center, giving residents easy access to one of New York City's largest transit hubs, offering the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, and R trains, as well as the Long Island Rail Road. While this makes for an easy commute almost anywhere in New York, there is much to offer close to home. In addition to Barclays Center, area cultural offerings include Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts. Fort Greene Park, Prospect Park, and South Oxford Park are a short walk from the building. Niche fitness options in the neighborhood include Orangetheory, Soul Cycle, Pure Barre, and Brooklyn Boulders.
Pacific-Park-02 Aerial rendering of Pacific Park via VUW
Pacific Park Pacific Park buildings
By the time the Pacific Park master plan is complete, it will have brought 6,430 new housing units, approximately 247,000 square feet of retail space, a new public school, a New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, and an eight-acre park by Thomas Balsey to a stretch of Brooklyn once occupied by an empty railyard. Construction is currently underway on 595 and 615 Dean Street, a pair of towers designed by Handel Architects and developed by TF Cornerstone. Upon completion, which is estimated for 2023, it will yield 800 new housing units, ground-floor retail space, a Chelsea Piers Field House, and 72,600 square feet of public open space designed by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects. The project is aiming for LEED Silver certification.

In the meantime, the housing component of Pacific Park has progressively been coming online. Sales at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue are coming in at an average price of $1,442 per square foot, and remaining availabilities start at $749,800. On the rental front, Plank Road, home of the new school and 313 mixed-income units, launched leasing in December 2021.

Brodsky Organization

Brodsky Organization
Brooklyn Crossing Leasing
18 Sixth Avenue,
New York, NY 11217
(212) 315-XXXX
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