With the many developments emerging in what’s known as the heart of Brooklyn, the upward progression of Downtown Brooklyn is inevitable. Coming in as the third largest central business district in New York City, Downtown Brooklyn has become one of the most popular neighborhoods to live in. A number of condominium towers have sprung up across the area in recent years, and there are a lot more residential developments underway. Downtown Brooklyn serves as more than just a business district, it is also a place filled with art and culture. The Brooklyn Academy of Music’s (BAM) cultural district continues to grow and expand as the 32-story Atlantic Yard tower breaks ground next year along with space for more retail and art developments.
Downtown Brooklyn has an array of prominent institutions including the MetroTech Center and the New York State Courthouse. There are many schools nearby such as St. Francis College, Polytechnic Institute of New York University and Long Island University. Residents are only moments away from a variety of restaurants, bars, and shopping stores--many of which are independently owned. Residents will be sure to find main attractions including Fulton Mall, BAM, the New York Transit Museum and the newly-opened Barclays Center. In addition, there are numerous subway lines for an easy commute. As the neighborhood continues to flourish, activities surrounding Downtown Brooklyn has many residents flooding the area.
The luxury condominiums at Oro, located at 306 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn, are as sleek and elegant as the 40-story building they are housed in. While the living spaces designed by Ismael Leyva are certain to leave anyone spellbound, the amazing suite of amenities here add to this building’s list of amazing features.
Brooklyn’s tallest building, the new development at 388 Bridge St is sleek hi-rise with over 300 units available. Both rentals and condominiums grace the 53 floors of the building. Luxurious custom tile and other fixtures are featured in each home.
As a new construction, The Boerum takes inspiration from its surrounding neighborhood's brownstone townhouses, while maintaining a modern materials and lines. 265 State Street also features an extensive and comprehensive amenity space on its 15th floor fit for modern needs.
Welcome to the new Downtown Brooklyn. Brooklyn Point, designed by world-renowned architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox is a gorgeous 720-foot-tall tower that perfectly represents the changing face of this dynamic part of Brooklyn. This elegant building is located in the most prominent part of the borough, giving residents beautiful views of both Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline.
BellTel Lofts is a handsome vintage building located at 365 Bridge Street in Brooklyn, which is now offering 250 luxury condominium units for sale. With an excellent location that’s very close to Manhattan, this landmark building is offering beautiful residences in sizes ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedrooms.
Located nearby Toren is Fort Green park, lots of shopping options, and a number of transit lines that allow easy access into Manhattan. Also within a close distance are multiple universities and a conveniently-located hospital. For those in search of a modern oasis outside of Manhattan, Toren is the ideal living space.
189 Schermerhorn Street is a 25 story luxury building located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn with easy access to Ft Greene Park and transportation options.
Clinton Lofts, located at 91 Grand Avenue in Brooklyn, is a pre-war mid-rise building that is currently offering luxury loft residences. Situated close to Fort Greene Park, living here will keep you next to all that’s hip and happening in Downtown Brooklyn.
123 Fort Greene Place is one of Brooklyn’s newest luxury condominium developments. With just six residences on offer, 123 Fort Greene Place is a very exclusive building with an enviable location right in the heart of the Downtown Brooklyn neighborhood.
Park Union is a converted prewar condominium that has just hit the market and offers 15 excellent apartments for sale. One of the few newly renovated condos in this historic Brooklyn neighborhood, Park Union was meticulously renovated to provide residents with a modern living experience in a beautifully old-fashioned building.