The highest apartment ever built in Brooklyn just hit the market for $3.9 million. The penthouse sits on the 68th floor of Extell Development’s tower, Brooklyn Point, which at 720 feet remains the tallest building in the borough. The corner residence contains three bedrooms, three baths, and will boast incredible views of Manhattan via windows with North and East exposure. Brooklyn Point, at 138 Willoughby Street in Downtown Brooklyn, is still under construction, but officially launched sales in March, with condos starting at $837,000.
Interiors were conceived by Katherine Newman Design, mixing Brooklyn’s industrial past with a more luxurious modern look. The penthouse measures about 1,455 square feet and unsurprisingly boasts oversized windows with sweeping views and a plethora of sunlight. Other highlights include its split bedroom floorplan and white oak floors. The eat-in kitchen features sleek quartz slab counters, a wine fridge, and Miele appliances.
Endless views can be enjoyed from the Brooklyn penthouse, which sits 640 feet above the ground. Other bonuses of the unit include the long list (aka about 40,000 square feet) of amenities at Brooklyn Point, which was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox.
The tower’s 68-story heated outdoor pool is the highest rooftop pool in the Western Hemisphere. Other amenities include a health and wellness facility, an indoor saltwater pool, 35-foot rock climbing wall, squash and basketball court, and a sauna. At the Park Lounge, residents can enjoy a bar, fireplace, co-working space, chef’s demonstration kitchen, game lounge, children’s playroom and more. The building also sits above City Point, home to Trader Joe’s, Target, Alamo Drafthouse, and DeKalb Market Hall.
And the building has one of the last remaining 25-year tax abatements in the city, with carrying costs at $1,788/month.
- Extell launches sales at Brooklyn’s current tallest tower, starting at $837K
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- Extell’s first outer-borough skyscraper, Brooklyn Point, gets new renderings
All images courtesy of Extell
Neighborhoods : Downtown Brooklyn