Rabsky Group’s The Rheingold is redefining luxury living. The seven-story building occupies an entire block of prime real estate in the hot Bushwick market, and its distinct modular exterior makes it stand out in the cityscape of residential buildings in the popular neighborhood.
Its unique aesthetic was created by ODA Architecture, with interiors by Durukan Design. The Rheingold houses a total of 500 residences in studio, one- and two-bedroom floorplans, each pixelating the building’s unforgettable façade with cascading terraces.
Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows allow for ample natural light to spill across the white oak hardwood flooring, which can be found throughout. Residences feature high ceilings, spacious closets to help keep living areas clutter-free, and efficient heating and cooling systems.
Units are wired for Verizon high-speed FiOS, and also have USB-outlets throughout.
Select units include private terraces as large as 600 square feet, while others feature balconies up to 70 square feet with glass barriers that allow for extra light.
Residents can select units with peaceful courtyard views, or choose a unit overlooking the iconic Manhattan or Brooklyn skyline.
Like the building itself, The Rheingold features some one-of-a-kind amenities, including a mini-amphitheatre, urban farming and rooftop hiking path.
The Rheingold also offers a dog run for residents with canines, a co-working space and cafe. Active residents can challenge themselves on the climbing wall, or get a workout in at the state-of-the-art onsite gym.
Bushwick offers many of the same amenities as its famous hipster neighbor, Williamsburg. The area has a thriving art, restaurant and bar scene, and also has reliable and easy access to public transportation.
The Rheingold is still under construction, with completion slated for later this year.
Fiddler Realty is the exclusive leasing agent.
Call 718 517 8666 or email for more information.
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