With everything working professionals could need to be productive under one roof, The Rheingold lets residents work and play in style.

Built by the Rabsky Group, the massive labyrinthine building occupies the length of an entire block, housing 500 units in total. The Rheingold is located at 10 Montieth Street in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn — the former site of the Rheingold Brewery.

The building’s mix of recycled wood and metal by ODA Architecture incorporates the site’s brewery past, while the latest in high-tech amenities add a modern flair. The Rheingold’s spacious interiors were designed by Durukan Design.

Units are open-plan with a modern aesthetic, with sizes ranging from 400 square feet to 1,500 square feet in studio and one- to two-bedroom floorplans. Oversized floor-to-ceiling windows flood the units with an abundance of warm, natural light. Every unit is loaded with top-of-the-line appliances, including a dishwasher and in-unit washers and dryers.

The unmistakable honeycomb-like exterior of The Rheingold ensures that every floor has a unique layout and allows over 90 percent of residents to have their own private balcony or terrace.

In addition to workspaces and media rooms, residents also have everything they need to stay active and fit in one place, from squash courts and climbing walls, to a two-floor state-of-the-art gym that even includes standing-desk treadmills.

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.

Leasing starts at $1,975 and move-in specials are available, including one-month free rent and 50 percent off parking for a full year.

Fiddler Realty is the exclusive leasing agent.

Call 718 517 8666 or email for more information.

Don’t miss your chance to live and work in one of Brooklyn’s most unique residences.

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