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Downtown Brooklyn real estate news

Sales have launched at Brooklyn Tower, the 1,066-foot, 93-story skyscraper at 9 DeKalb Avenue which is the city’s tallest outside Manhattan. Prices for the tower’s 150 condos, located on the 53rd floor and above, will range from $875,000 for studios to about $8 million for four-bedroom units. Approximately 400 rental units, of which 120 will be designated as affordable for households earning 130 percent of the area median income, will be located below the condo floors. Leasing on those units will begin this summer. Most of the affordable units will be studios or one-bedrooms. Amenities include three rooftop pools, a poolside lounge and cocktail bar, a health club and fitness center with a fourth pool, a movie theater, an open-air lounge on the 85th floor and the highest basketball court built in a residential building on the 66th floor.

Construction is finishing up on The Nevins Street Apartments, a residential building at 50 Nevins Street that will feature 129 affordable apartments.

Construction is now underway at 111 Willoughby Street, a 40-story residential tower with 227 rental homes.

Permits have been filed for 13-story residential building with approx. 73 units at 131 Concord Street.

New renderings have been revealed for 589 Fulton Street, a 52-story mixed-use skyscraper which will feature 592 units. No timeline on the construction has been published.

 

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