Amid the bustle of Downtown Brooklyn, the 110-unit BRiQ building stands out. Located at 237 Duffield Street, between Fulton and Willoughby, occupancy for the building begins September 1.
Studios in the 21-floor building are about 450 square feet; one-bedrooms are 620 square feet and two- bedrooms are 840 square feet. Agents from Modern Spaces, which is handling the marketing and leasing, say it’s the finishes and the roominess that is attracting fellow Brooklynites and Downton Manhattanites to the new residence.
The kitchens have quartz countertops with a brushed stainless backsplash, Fisher & Paykel refrigerator and Bosh range, microwave and dishwasher.
Bathrooms are outfitted with brushed steel lighting and Kohler bathtubs.
Amenities include two outdoor common areas, a roof deck and an indoor lounge. There’s a virtual doorman, a package room to hold your items, bike room, laundry in building and a live-in super. BRiQ is FIOS-equipped for your binge-watching pleasure.
The building is located steps from the Hoyt Street subway stop (2, 3) and it’s a short walk from Jay Street MetroTech (A, C, F, R) and DeKalb Avenue stops (B, Q, R).
Of course, Downtown Brooklyn is a 24-hour destination, equipped for early morning coffee or a late night rendezvous. One block away is City Point Brooklyn, the neighborhood’s largest shopping center, with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and DeKalb Market Hall. And yes, there is a Trader Joe’s.
Albee Square, the 27,000-square foot public plaza in front of City Point, is just steps away. Enjoy public performances, along with various food and arts and crafts vendors year-round.
And culture is at your fingertips too. You’re within walking distance to Barclays Center and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
One-bedrooms start at $2,908.
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