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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