Straddling the border between Downtown Brooklyn and brownstone Brooklyn, 11 Hoyt will stand 57 stories high when it’s completed in 2020.
On the site of a former Macy’s parking garage at Hoyt and Livingston Streets, the building will house 481 condominiums — studio to four-bedroom units, starting in the $600,000s for studios and over $4 million for larger residences.
Designed by Jeanne Gang of Chicago-based Studio Gang Architects, the building exterior offers a striking example of cast concrete, its undulating waves inspired by the bay windows of traditional Brooklyn brownstones.
Due to this distinctive form, most residences include built-in window seats with views overlooking the city.
11 Hoyt evokes another element of traditional brownstone Brooklyn: leafy charm. Elevated on the third floor, a 27,000-square-foot landscaped private park will feature lawns, a sun deck and hot tub, barbecue pods, spaces for dining and a forested walking path.
Adjacent is 29,000 square feet of indoor amenities, including a fitness center, a squash court, 75-foot-long saltwater pool, a children’s playroom and a maker’s studio.
Additionally, on the 32nd floor, residents can entertain with a catering kitchen, library, cinema, virtual gaming room, card room, study area and music studio.
The building will also have a motor court and a porte-cochere entryway, as well as a coffee lounge and an outdoor dog run.
11 Hoyt represents the first residential condominium development effort by Tishman Speyer in New York City. Sales, conducted by Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, began in late September.
The interiors feature two finish palettes hand-selected by Michaelis Boyd, Heritage (darker) and Classic (lighter). All appliances are Bosch.
There are 11 subway lines within a five-minute walk from the building. Junior’s and its famed cheesecake is nearby, as is the Atlantic Avenue corridor and all its bustle and dining (French Louie, Sottocasa).
For more information go to the 11 Hoyt website.
For inquiries call 347.752.5118.