High-End Brooklyn Community Filling Up Fast
- Jun 21, 2016
Brooklyn, N.Y.—The Stahl Organization’s 53-story Downtown Brooklyn luxury residential development at 388 Bridge Street has reached 90 percent sold.
Designed by renowned architecture firm SLCE Architects, the luxury, hybrid building features 144 condominium units and 234 rental units.
“388 Bridge offers scale, great height, and fantastic views in all directions–from the Verrazano Bridge and the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building,” Roger Fortune, The Stahl Organization’s vice president, told MHN. “It embodies The Stahl Organization’s commitment to high-quality design, construction and management, backed by the firm’s financial stability and over 60 years of real estate investment and development experience.”
The Penthouse Collection, a collection of two- to four-bedroom homes, offers a variety of desired qualities, including custom interiors, expansive Manhattan skyline views, and spacious private terraces. Included in the collection are only a few of the last remaining duplex penthouses, featuring over 1,500 square-feet of private, outdoor space.
Amenities in the building include a 5,000-square-foot outdoor terrace with children’s playground, gas barbeque grills, a fitness room, lounge/party room, media room, children’s playroom, and a rooftop viewing terrace. It also boasts a 46th floor Sky Lounge with a fireplace, pool table, kitchenette, and media nook. The full-service, 14,000-square-foot Manhattan Athletic Club is also available by membership.
“Achieving this milestone demonstrates that 388 Bridge is the first choice for prospective buyers in Downtown Brooklyn,” Fortune said. “The tower has set a standard for luxury living with its top-of the-line residences, and 388 Bridge has continued to experience success as home owners seek well designed, spacious homes.”
Located in Brooklyn Heights, 388 Bridge is within walking distance to 12 major subway lines and the Long Island Railroad. The property is also in close proximity to Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Brooklyn Ballet, and Theater for a New Audience.
Remaining residences still to be sold range in price from $1.49 million to $4.95 million.