From its sky-high outdoor infinity pool to the chic interior finishes designed by Katherine Newman, no details were overlooked at Brooklyn Point, the 720-foot residential tower in Downtown Brooklyn. After topping out last spring, officially becoming the borough’s tallest tower, and commencing closings and first move-ins this summer, new photos of the building’s model unit were released in September, which show off the eclectic interiors by designer Charlie Ferrer.
Located at 138 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn Point is part of Extell Development’s City Point complex, home to a Target, Alamo Drafthouse, Trader Joe’s, DeKalb Market, and other retailers. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, the 68-story tower contains 458 luxury studios, one-, two, and three-bedroom apartments.
Asking $2.59 million, the move-in ready model unit sits on the 50th floor, measures an impressive 1,486 square feet, and contains three bedrooms. Ferrer, founder of New York-based firm FERRER, mixed French, Danish, and contemporary styles with custom pieces, including a Mategot-style mirror, a Pierre Paulin lounge chair, a Verner Panton lounge chair, and pendant lighting from Andrew Hughes.
According to a press release, Ferrer designed the apartment as the perfect work-from-home space, with desks even set up in both of the kids’ rooms.
While the model unit was carefully curated, every residence at Brooklyn Point enjoys thoughtfully-designed interiors from Katherine Newman Design, blending “Brooklyn industrial chic” with a “refined mid-century aesthetic,” as 6sqft previously noted. Luxe finishes include white quartz countertops, custom fixtures, Miele kitchen appliances, custom millwork, stone mosaics and marble countertops in the bathroom, and ceiling heights up to 11 feet.
Renderings by Williams New York
Brooklyn Point’s 40,000 square feet of amenity space is a definite highlight, with the crowning feature a heated infinity pool on the roof, considered the highest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. Residents also have access to a health and wellness facility, an indoor saltwater pool, a 35-foot rock-climbing wall, and a squash and basketball court.
The triple-height Park Lounge serves residents everything from a morning coffee to a nightcap and has a fireplace and lots of seating, perfect for work and relaxation. On this level, there’s also a chef’s kitchen, game lounge, wine room, screening room, children’s playroom, and a landscaped terrace with dining areas and fire pits.
According to CityRealty, current units available range from an $889,000 studio to a $2.8 million three-bedroom. Buyers will also benefit from a 25-year tax abatement, one of the last remaining in the city.
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All photos courtesy of Nicole Franzen unless otherwise noted
Neighborhoods : Downtown Brooklyn