Leasing began yesterday for 388 Bridge Street, the now nearly complete 53-story high-rise next to Fulton Mall, DNAinfo reported. Halstead is marketing the property, which will have a mix of rental and condo units, and residents are supposed to be able to start moving in by February. The rents at Brooklyn’s tallest building range from $2,540 a month for a lower floor studio to $6,290 a month for an upper floor two-bedroom apartment. Units vary in size from 490 to 1,166 square feet. The DNAinfo reporter snapped some photos of a model one-bedroom apartment, and the finishes look like standard “luxury” rentals or condos. (Sadly, the model unit looks smaller and more ho-hum than the teaser site renderings).
The 378 apartments feature oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and nine-foot ceilings. When it’s finished, the building will have 234 rental units and 144 condos. Twenty percent will be affordable housing, and building amenities will include a rooftop terrace, a lounge room, a children’s playroom, a media and screening room, an outdoor terrace with two barbecue grills, a gym and a full-service pet spa, according to DNAinfo. On the ground floor will be retail and a Brooklyn branch of Midtown East’s Manhattan Athletic Club.
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Brooklyn’s Tallest Building Offers Residents 360 Degree Views of the City [DNAinfo]
388 Bridge Street [Halstead]
388 Bridge Street Coverage [Brownstoner]
Interior photo by Janet Upadhye for DNAinfo