Fredrik Elkund — des Elkund | Douglas Elliman’s Gomes team collaborates in sales with Karen Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty. Elkund describes the Olympia as understated but impressive. “It’s a place where you can come home and keep your shoulders down, but you have these insane views of the skyline,” he says. “And it turns out to be one of the most striking buildings I’ve worked on architecturally.”
450 Warren, nearing completion at Gowanus, is another eye-catching development. Designed by Brooklyn architectural firm So-IL is a building where residents don’t have to be locked in four walls from the moment they enter the lobby until they reach their apartments. A garden with 40 foot trees in the center of the building also serves as an open hallway and the walls are sheer mesh. The property will include three courtyard gardens, 18 residences, a co-working lounge and a space for yoga and meditation. Prices for currently available inventory start at $ 1.7 million.
Then there is Brooklyn Point in downtown Brooklyn, which bills itself as the tallest residential building in the borough. The 720-foot tower has 483 residences, ranging from studios to three-bedroom apartments and over 40,000 square feet of amenities. They include the tallest infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere, located at the top of 68 floors, a climbing wall, a gym with swimming pool, squash court, wine bar and a lounge with bar, fireplace and work area. in common. Prices start at $ 925,000.
Also in downtown Brooklyn, 11 Hoyt is a 57-story tower that spans almost an entire city block. It includes 481 residences and 55,000 square feet of amenities. A private raised park for residents is perhaps the one that stands out the most. Prices start at $ 675,000.
Our list also includes One Prospect Park West, located on the eponymous park and with move-in this fall. The development is housed in a 1925 building that was once an upscale hotel and clubhouse, and Workstead is transforming the historic location into a luxury residential building. A roof with an apple orchard is one of the many amenities. Price for inventory available starts at $ 2 million.
On the sustainable front, 488 Sterling Place at Prospect Heights was developed by The Brooklyn Home Company with the environment in mind. It has 25 residences and has individual ERV systems that remove stale air and bring fresh filtered air into each unit. Prices start at $ 850,000.
The latest development of our roundup, Six Garfield, is in the family’s favorite area of Park Slope and is set to debut in March. The 12-story building has a cantilever design, 33 residences with an abundance of natural light and amenities that include a library lounge in an atrium with skylight, a pet spa, and an indoor / outdoor lounge. exterior for residents. Prices start at $ 765,000.
We’ve talked about seven of Brooklyn’s most exciting developments, but it’s only now. As the Borough’s star power continues to grow, make no mistake, more are sure to come.