Just one block from the bustling intersection of Atlantic, Flatbush and 4th Avenues, and close to the Barclays Center, Atlantic Terminal and Atlantic Center, a 12-story building with cascading terraces has risen at 561 Pacific in Boerum Hill.
Developer Adam America Real Estate commissioned Ryoko Okada, a principal architect at ODA New York. Okada drew from Japanese design principles that provide a cocoon from the outer world, as evidenced by a wooden screen that stealthily marks the entrance to 561 Pacific.
The tranquility carries through to the lobby, where wood paneling and walls of climbing ivy lead to two-story private courtyard, which connects a fitness center, lounge and a kids’ playroom.
A rooftop sun deck accommodates barbecue and dining stations. And there’s storage for your vehicles, be it bicycle or car — 16 parking spaces will be available for purchase at $150,000 each.
The 63 units will feature a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, many of them accompanied by private outdoor space.
The kitchens are smart. Most units feature Thermador appliances with the Home Connect app, which can preheat and turn off your oven with the touch of a button, and provide access to recipes and cooking tips. A wine cellar holds as many as 34 bottles of bubbly, with LED lighting that will proudly shine a light on your collection.
Bathrooms feature a deep soaking tub and Waterworks showerhead.
Outside, you’re within walking distance to BAM, Barclays Center and the Mark Morris Dance Center, while all major subways and the LIRR are easily accessible at nearby Atlantic Terminal.
And then there’s the dining. Rucola on Dean Street, the Armory and Pacifica on 4th Avenue. For the kids, Brooklyn Robot Foundry is a block away on Atlantic Avenue.
Studios start at $550,000, one-bedrooms from $850,000, two bedrooms from $1.375 million and three-bedrooms from $2.275 million. Sales started last month, and Halstead Development Marketing’s Aguayo Team said they are already seeing interest from buyers in Brooklyn, Manhattan, New Jersey, Long Island and beyond.
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