A Curbed tipster checked out several apartments for lease in the new 40-story waterfront tower at 1 North 4th Place in Williamsburg and said they were “really bad…tiny apartments, tiny windows with bad views and tiny bedrooms.” Apparently only the lower floors are being rented right now, and rents increase by about $50 per floor, according to the tipster.
This is the building that was going to be the third Northside Piers, but Toll Brothers bowed out during the downturn and the building became rentals instead of condos. MNS began leasing the 510-unit development last month, as we reported, with renderings (not photos). The floor plans don’t have measurements, so it’s hard to gauge size.
The FXFOWLE-designed highrise has eight listings on its website so far, ranging from a $2,450 studio to a $7,000 three-bedroom.
Check out a few more photos after the jump.
First Look Inside Williamsburg’s New View-Touting Rentals [Curbed]
1 North 4th Place Coverage [Brownstoner]
Photos via Curbed