Rendering via pierhouseny.com
Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park, with its expansive amenities and endless array of layouts, has something for everyone.
The 108-unit development, which broke ground last year and kicked off sales in February, has slipped new units on the market.
Most of the townhouse-style apartments feature 18-foot ceilings in the living rooms, and duplexes are plentiful. The interiors have wood floors made of 600-year-old heartwood pine reclaimed from local warehouses, high-efficiency LED lighting, cold-rolled blackened steel stairs, automatic solar shades and in-unit Bosch washer/dryer.
Kitchens are laid out with honed Calacutta Tucci marble countertops, solid American walnut kitchen cabinets, under-counter composting units by NatureMill, locally sourced 18-bottle wine storage and Gaggenau appliances. Master baths have honed marble countertops, walnut and brushed nickel vanity, marble tile flooring and standalone Waterworks tubs, while powder rooms are fitted with recycled Carrera marble floors and walls.
First of the newly released condos is Residence N609, a 1,697-square-foot one-bedroom asking $2.9 million:
Next, N409, a 2,140-square-foot two-bedroom asking $3.7 million:
N212 is a 3,081-square-foot three-bedroom asking $5.8 million:
Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, gym, meditation studio, lounge, pet wash, children’s playroom and access to amenities at the neighboring 1 Hotel by Starwood Capital.
Completion of the project is anticipated in 2015.