New rendering of City Point courtesy of Extell Development
Extell Development released a teaser website on Thursday ahead of its sales launch for Brooklyn Point, the group’s first tower in Brooklyn, and revealed more details about the luxury high-rise. Rising 68 stories and 720 feet high, the tower at 138 Willoughby Street will be the tallest building in the borough until 9 DeKalb Avenue rises, which will be roughly 1,000 feet tall. As the last phase of City Point, Brooklyn Point will join two other residential buildings, the Brodsky Organization’s 7 DeKalb and City Tower.
Rendering of City Point’s phase three from February, courtesy of COOKFOX Architects
Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF), Brooklyn Point will feature 458 studios to three-bedroom residences with custom interiors. Prices of the units range from $840,000 to over $4 million. Residents will enjoy over 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a garden room, wine room, game lounge, children’s playroom, bike storage, a 65-foot saltwater pool and much more.
Forty vendors set up shop at DeKalb Market, photo courtesy of DeKalb Market Hall on Facebook
In addition to these incredible amenities located within the building, Brooklyn Point residents will have access to over 600,000 square feet of retail and dining options from the sprawling DeKalb Market Hall, Trader Joe’s and the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.
Brooklyn Point will be one of the borough’s tallest residential buildings upon its 2020 estimated completion. With its oversized windows, residents can expect sweeping views of the New York skyline and waterways.
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