Brooklyn’s towers seem to be quickly reaching the height of Manhattan's famed buildings, which give them more space for lavish apartments that are perfect for families. One Downtown Brooklyn building that features these spacious apartments is 388 Bridge Street which was built in 2014 but still has available homes.
This soaring building, one of the tallest in the city, holds 378 condominiums within its 53 floors, developed by Stahl Organization and Architect SLCE Architects.
Homes are finished with high airy ceilings, walls of windows, floors lined with dark hardwood, large bedroom closets, a gourmet open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, grey toned cabinets, and white countertops. Bathrooms feature both a large soaking tub and a glass enclosed shower, white countertops, medicine cabinets, quartz tiled floors, and an oversized mirror paired with the vanity.
388 Bridge Street residents get full use of the building's many amenities including the state-of-the-art fitness center, lounge room that is fully furnished and is open for residents to book parties or small gatherings in, a children’s playroom, laundry room, screening room, and a large rooftop deck off the fifth floor of the building that has barbecue grills, lounge chairs as well as a dining area, and of course endless views of the city.
Currently still on the market are one-bedrooms homes starting at $1,100,000, two-bedrooms starting at $1,550,000, and three-bedroom homes starting at $2,450,000.