Everyone knows Brooklyn’s reputation as a center of culture, creativity and authenticity. World-class cultural institutions like Brooklyn Academy of Music and urban enchantments such as Prospect Park make the borough a coveted place to call home. Now you can live right in the middle of it all, in one of its most distinctive buildings, which even has a world-record claim to its name.
461 Dean, the new state-of-the-art high-rise, sits at the nexus of Fort Greene, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Boerum Hill and Clinton Hill.
The ultramodern, factory-built tower – designed by critically acclaimed SHoP Architects – is the world’s tallest modular residential structure. And with a location that is steps from 11 subway lines and a Long Island Railroad terminal, there’s so much that is a short walk or Metrocard swipe away. Developed by Forest City Ratner, the building is part of Pacific Park.
Living at 461 Dean puts Brooklyn right outside your front door. Pick up breakfast at Doughnut Plant around the corner, enjoy a leisurely lunch at Flatbush Farm, or try a class at the Mark Morris Dance Center. Watch the New York Islanders and Brooklyn Nets play at Barclays Center, ride the subway into almost any neighborhood in Manhattan, or take the LIRR out to Montauk.
461 Dean’s well-designed apartments provide a retreat from the action outside the building. All 363 units have Caesarstone countertops, stone backsplashes and stainless steel appliances to make preparing for your next dinner party a pleasure.
The chic, industrial lobby reflects the borough’s aesthetic, as does the monochrome lounge with its contemporary design. Thanks to each apartment’s generous layouts and oversized windows, you and your guests can unwind in complete comfort as you enjoy panoramic views of brownstone Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline.
The building’s amenities make city living easier. A 24-hour doorman is there to pick up your dry cleaning and sign for your packages, and the modern fitness center will have you in the best shape of your life. Perfect your Savasana in the yoga studio. Hang out with your toddler in the children’s playroom, take on your teen in the game room, or chat with your neighbors in the skylounge and rooftop terrace.
Apartments start at $2,700 a month. For more information on how you can make 461 Dean your home, visit 461Dean.com