Buy 360° Views Of NYC’s Skyline In One Of The World’s Tallest Residential Towers

Commanding soaring views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines, New York harbor, and East River, The Brooklyn Tower is the borough’s first residential supertall tower. Standing at 93 stories and over 1,000 feet in height the tower anchors a thriving residential neighborhood in Downtown Brooklyn and represents a significant architectural achievement and new landmark for the borough.

Developed and built by JDS Development Group and designed by award-winning SHoP Architects with residential interiors by AD100 Gachot Studios, and amenities by Krista Ninivaggi of Woods Bagot, the condominium residences start on the 53rd floor at an elevation of 535 feet, higher than most other penthouses in Brooklyn.

“The Brooklyn Tower is a symbol of Brooklyn’s unceasing drive and ambition, elevating its skyline and architecture to new heights,” said Michael Stern, Founder and CEO of JDS Development Group. “The quality, craftsmanship, and unparalleled views make owning a residence in this building a once-in-a-generation opportunity. This may be our best building yet.”

Gachot Studios conceptualized the striking interiors for The Brooklyn Tower residences. The unique palette selected plays off the tower’s distinctive materiality with warm finishes such as rich mahogany and antique rubbed bronze. Highly considered residential layouts leverage the building’s unparalleled vantage points and distinctive hexagonal form to maximise the transcendent city and water views through floor-to-ceiling windows.

One of the building’s signature amenities will be The Dome Pool and Terrace, a creative reimagining of the Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn’s roof deck, featuring three dramatic outdoor pools that surround the historic bank’s immense Guastavino dome: a 75’ adult lap pool, kids pool, and whirlpool. The Terrace will also feature multiple sundecks with chaise lounge seating, a hammock lounge, an outdoor dining area, barbeque grills, lounge seating, fire pit, and outdoor showers.

The design of The Brooklyn Tower rises from the native geometries of its location in Downtown Brooklyn, forming an eloquent, expressive dialogue between the borough’s past and future. Its striking design draws inspiration from the hexagonal shape, design motifs and unique patterning found on the landmarked interior of the historic Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn. The skyscraper’s form takes a cue here as a series of interlocking hexagons and dramatic cascading setback that come together to create cinematic exterior façade of shimmering bronzes and deep blacks. It holds its shape and texture at every angle, deploying a wide variety of fluted, cylindrical, and triangular shapes arranged in a strongly vertical composition between oversized glass panes. The building’s distinctive materiality incorporates elegant white marble at its base and evolves to blackened stainless steel and shades of bronze and copper as the tower ascends. This combination of form and color give The Brooklyn Tower an expression that is both playful and seriously dramatic from every perspective.

The Brooklyn Tower anticipates construction completion and occupancy towards the beginning of 2023.

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