Rising 21 stories above the heart of downtown Brooklyn, the BRiQ building recently assumed its place on the rapidly developing skyline.
Designed by Urban Tectonics, the red-brick building (which puts the brick in BRiQ) at 237 Duffield Street offers 110 rental apartments, a mix of studio, one- and two-bedrooms, each with hardwood flooring and brushed steel lighting.
The brushed steel theme extends into the kitchen, with brushed stainless backsplash. The fridge is Fisher & Paykel, with Bosch range, microwave and dishwasher.
Bathrooms are outfitted with Grohe fixtures and Kohler cast iron bathtubs.
Residents will have access to two outdoor terraces with views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline, and there’s also an indoor lounge. There’s a virtual doorman, and a package room to hold your items.
There’s a bike room, laundry in building and a live-in super. BRiQ is FIOS-equipped for your binge-watching pleasure.
Located steps (500 feet) from the Hoyt Street 2 and 3, BRiQ is also a short walk to the Jay Street MetroTech and Dekalb Avenue stops.
City Point Brooklyn, the neighborhood’s largest shopping center and home to Trader Joe’s, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, and DeKalb Market Hall, recently opened a block away.
BRiQ is within walking distance of Barclays Center and the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Albee Square, the 27,000-square foot public plaza in front of City Point, is just steps away, with year-round events, public performances, along with food and arts and crafts vendors.
Modern Spaces is handling the leasing and marketing. Tenants get one month free (13-month lease) and $1,000 Amex gift card or two months free (on 18-month or 26-month lease).
One-bedrooms start at $2,908 a month.
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