New rendering for the Sheepshead Bay condo that’s the tallest residential building in South Brooklyn

Posted On Wed, March 8, 2017 By

Posted On Wed, March 8, 2017 By In Architecture, condos, New Developments, Sheepshead Bay

As 6sqft noted just over a year ago when the project was first revealed, a 331-foot tower isn’t even news in Manhattan or much of western Brooklyn and Queens, but “in the once-sleepy waterfront community of Sheepshead Bay” it’s quite the headline maker. The 30-story building from Perkins Eastman Architects will, in fact, be the tallest residential building in South Brooklyn. Just last week, developer AvalonBay Communities launched a new website with info on the project’s rental component Avalon Brooklyn Bay, and now, Muss Development, who’s behind the condo portion known as 1 Brooklyn Bay Condominiums, has revealed details on these 56 luxury, high-rise units, as well as a brand new rendering of the glassy behemoth and how it’s set to dwarf its surroundings.

The condos will begin on the 20th floor and offer a mix of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom units, including two four-bedroom penthouses. Some will have private balconies, and they’ll all feature 11-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Atlantic Ocean, Manhattan skyline, and Sheepshead Bay Marina, custom Italian millwork, and high-end appliances.

The development sits on 2.5 acres of private grounds and will provide amenities such as an outdoor pool, bocce court, barbecue pits, and a dog run. Inside, there will be a 2,500-square-foot fitness center, attended lobby, pet spa, and 19th floor indoor/outdoor lounge. It’s also conveniently located near the B and Q subway lines and Manhattan Beach via the Ocean Avenue Pedestrian Bridge.

The condos are expected to hit the market this spring.


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Neighborhoods : Sheepshead Bay



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