This 37-story building is the firm’s first tower in North America. The large-scale, mixed-use development resides at the intersection of some of New York’s fastest-growing neighborhoods: Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO and Downtown Brooklyn. The form, materiality and open spaces were designed specifically for the scale of Downtown Brooklyn, the creative ambiance of DUMBO and the material character of brownstone Brooklyn. Comprised of 270 apartments varying from studios, one-,two-, and three-bedroom units, tenants have access to retail, commercial and below-grade parking areas and a fitness center. The pattern of the warm terracotta-colored façade was determined by the building’s uses. Opaque panels cover the bathrooms, while the living and dining areas are flooded with natural light through floor-to-ceiling vision glass, as well as those expansive views. Some of the apartments have terraces—a luxury for such a dense city—as well as rooftop access.
Credits: - Milrose Consultants - Code & Zoning Consultant - a a - RA Consultants - Geotechnical Engineer - Walter Papp - Scape - Landscape Architect - Elena Brescia - Cosentini - MEP Engineers - Jordan Fox - Bravo Builders - Construction Manager - Rob Palumbo - Longman Lindsey - Acoustical Consultant - Stephen Lindsey - Van Deusen & Associates - Elevator Consultant - Christine Marchese - WSP - Structural Engineer - Jeff Smilow - ML Studio - LIghting Design - Mauricio Lopez