Downtown Brooklyn’s Newly-Launched City Tower Offering One Month Free Rent

Posted On Mon, May 16, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, May 16, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Downtown Brooklyn, New Developments, Rentals

City Tower, the second phase of Downtown Brooklyn’s 1.8 million-square-foot, mixed-use mega-development, has debuted, ushering in 439 brand new market-rate rentals to the heart of the borough. For a limited time, the building is offering new renters one month for free based on a 13-month lease. The 38-story tower’s current availabilities include four studios starting at $2,423/month, five one-bedrooms at $2,838/month, and three two-bedrooms at $4,154/month.

The building was developed and is being managed by the long-established Brodsky Organization and was designed by the acclaimed eco-conscious architects at COOKFOX. Perched twenty floors above 700,000 square feet of retail, entertainment and dining spaces, many of City Tower’s residences provide spectacular views of the harbor and Manhattan skyline.

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Interiors are open, modern, and outfitted with environmentally responsive features. Kitchens come in three finishes and are equipped with integrated refrigerators and dishwashers, white quartz countertops, appliances by Blomberg, Bertazzoni, and Bosch, and Grohe and Kohler fixtures. Living rooms are provided with large windows with custom solar shades. Bathrooms have oversized floating vanities with custom open shelving, mosaic tiled walls, and taupe linen flooring. Throughout the units, floors are sheathed in five-inch-wide oak planks.

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The building is aspiring for LEED silver certification. The lobby’s feature wall is clad in reclaimed wood joists from a warehouse in Williamsburg, and woods used throughout the apartments have been certified as sustainability harvested. Additionally, recycled materials, such as steel, gypsum board and concrete, are used throughout the structure, and the building’s filtered air and the use of low VOC emitting materials contribute to a higher indoor air quality.

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Residents have access to more than more than 23,000 square feet of indoor amenities and outdoor spaces. Green spaces on the 6th-, 18th-, and 43rd-floor terraces are landscaped to promote biodiversity as well as mitigate the heat island effect of hot New York summers. On the amenity floor is a basketball court, health club, and residents’ lounge with café. There is also a 24/7 doorman, bicycle storage, and a business center. The building is also situated near an abundance of subway lines, including the B-D-N-Q-R station just 20 feet away.

City Tower, 10 City Point, Brodsky Organization, COOKFOX

Find all listings for City Tower at CityRealty.

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