Residential Luxury: A tour at the top selling building in Brooklyn




Brooklyn Point, a new standard of luxury living in Downtown Brooklyn. Iconic institutions such as the Brooklyn Historical Society, BAM, Barclay’s Center, The New York Transit Museum and the Brooklyn Museum are cultural neighborhood staples.

Featuring amazing views as well as over 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including the highest residential infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere, Brooklyn‘s tallest building has created a new level of living in Downtown Brooklyn.

Situated across the street from Downtown Brooklyn’s new Willoughby Square Park, the 720-foot, 68-story building was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and offers 483 luxury residences ranging from studios-to-three-bedrooms.

Pricing starts at approximately $900,000 and Brooklyn Point buyers also benefit from a 25-year tax abatement.

In addition to closings commencing, and the return to in-person appointments and tours, the building’s first model residences will be unveiled. Designed by Brooklyn-based interior design firm White Arrow, the firm developed a unique story and color palate for each of the spaces, taking inspiration from Brooklyn Point’s interior designer Katherine Newman. Additionally, White Arrow incorporated many custom pieces from local Brooklyn designers into their design in an effort to celebrate and support the community. The firm sourced 100% hand-painted wallpaper by Sarkos, rugs from Pieces and Cold Picnic, and furniture and lighting from Sun at Six, Moving Mountains, Pletz, Bower, and more.

Adding to the building’s allure is an unprecedented array of lifestyle amenities and services spanning over 40,000 square feet. In addition to the highest residential infinity pool, the landscaped rooftop is outfitted with a sundeck and an outdoor movie screening space, making it the ultimate private pool club. The health and wellness offering includes a 65′ indoor saltwater swimming pool, 35-foot rock climbing wall, studio rooms, and a squash/basketball court. To complement residents’ wellness experience, Brooklyn Point’s spa will also include an infrared sauna, steam rooms and a hot tub.

Social and entertainment amenities include the triple-height Park Lounge, featuring a signature bar, salon, fireplace, and co-working space, as well as a chef’s demonstration kitchen, wine library, game lounge, screening and performance room, private study, and children’s playroom.