Leasing begins at 51-story Brooklyn Crossing, Pacific Park’s largest building

Posted On Wed, January 5, 2022 By

Posted On Wed, January 5, 2022 By In Downtown Brooklyn, New Developments, Prospect Heights

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The Brodsky Organization and Greenland USA on Tuesday announced the beginning of leasing for Brooklyn Crossing, the latest, and currently tallest, addition to Prospect Height’s 22-acre development Pacific Park. Located at 18 Sixth Avenue between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street, the 51-story residential tower offers 858 mixed-income units, ranging from studios to one-to-three bedroom apartments, with 258 of the units to be designated as affordable for middle-income earners. Occupancy is expected this month.

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Designed by Perkins Eastman, Brooklyn Crossing is situated in the heart of Prospect Heights. The building is anchored by the Barclays Center and lies a couple blocks away from the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The property is also conveniently located near public transportation, including nine subway lines at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center subway station and the Long Island Rail Road which is accessible at Atlantic Terminal. The B65 and B45 stop within a block of the residence.

“It’s an exciting time in the market as we launch leasing of another remarkable building in Pacific Park, bringing 258 units of dedicated affordable housing to the Prospect Heights neighborhood,” Alexander Brodsky of The Brodsky Organization said.

“Brooklyn Crossing offers the best of the best, with a full suite of building amenities and direct access to thriving Downtown Brooklyn. Residents are truly at the center of everything the neighborhood has to offer, and we’re excited to provide them with an immersive, authentic Brooklyn living experience.”

The building’s interior was designed by Lemay + Escobar, along with amenities including a rooftop pool and lounge, fitness center, outdoor terraces, laundry room, and kids playroom. Additional amenities include multiple lounges, meeting and event rooms, and a 24/7 doorman and concierge service. The ground floor includes space for retail.

With the completion of Brooklyn Crossing, Pacific Park now includes six completed residential buildings. Other completed properties include 461 Dean, the tallest modular building in the world and mixed-use building Plank Road, located at 662 Pacific Street. The building will eventually hold a public middle school in its first few floors.

“Brooklyn Crossing is Pacific Park’s most ambitious residential building to date and underlines our commitment to delivering affordable housing right in the heart of Brooklyn,” Scott Solish, Executive Vice President of Development of Greenland USA, said. “Brooklyn Crossing is another critical milestone at Pacific Park Brooklyn. It confirms Greenland’s vision and ambitions as we continue to build such a transformative project not just for Brooklyn and New York City.”

Once it is completed, Pacific Park will include 15 buildings with 6,500 total housing units, 2,250 of which will be affordable.

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