With modern developments constantly rising throughout the city, developers are looking for new ways to make their residential building stand out among the rest. One of Williamsburg's newest condominiums, Element 88, has staked its claim as one of the most exciting new buildings in Brooklyn thanks to its unique facade.
This striking building at 88 Withers Street was developed by Rybak Development & Construction & BK Developers along with Architect Zproekt. Not only is the building’s facade one-of-a-kind, but the concrete material used to build it is expected to last longer. Although the building only stands eight-stories tall, it holds 33 spacious, convenient, and lavish homes.
Each of the one- to three-bedroom homes feature 12-foot-high airy ceilings, herringbone hardwood floors, washers and dryers, walk-in closets in the bedrooms, large oversized windows, gourmet kitchens with Bertazzoni appliances, Scavolini cabinets, and marble countertops and islands.
Element 88’s amenities are just as unique as its exterior design, with a private 6,000 square foot green park and recreation area for residents to enjoy, a large and welcoming lobby with a virtual doorman, a state-of-the-art fitness center equipped with strength and resistance training, cardio, and yoga equipment, as well as a children’s playroom, pet spa, workspace, and a rooftop deck.
Williamsburg has always been known for its views of the Manhattan skyline, but as developments continue to rise throughout Brooklyn, Williamsburg has also become known for its chic boutiques and world-class dining options.
One-bedrooms start at $800,000, two-bedrooms start at $1,100,000, three-bedrooms start at $1,900,000.