Brooklyn Point: New Downtown Condo Tower Will Be Borough’s Tallest—For Now

Brooklyn Point rendering courtesy M18 Public Relations

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN – Details are becoming available for Brooklyn Point, Extell Development’s new luxury condominium high-rise being constructed at 138 Willoughby Street as part of Downtown Brooklyn’s three tower City Point complex.

Slated to launch in 2020, according to 6sqft, the Kohn Pedersen Fox designed building will hover 720 feet tall, making it Brooklyn’s tallest tower, that is until 9 DeKalb Avenue is completed just a couple of blocks away. That tower is expected to rise 1,066 feet high with 73 stories next to the Dime Savings Bank.

Brooklyn Point will feature 68 stories with 458 apartments and more than 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities. The residential units will consist of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, ranging in price from $840,000 to more than $4 million, Curbed reports.

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In April 2016, BKLYNER reported that the building was initially planned to rise 692 feet with 59 stories and 450 condo units.

Brooklyn Point lobby rendering courtesy M18 Public Relations

Brooklyn Point’s interiors were designed by Katherine Newman who combined art and utility to create a blend of “industrial chic” with a “refined mid-century aesthetic.”

Amenities for residents will include a garden room, wine room, game room, children’s playroom, bike storage, and a 65-foot saltwater pool, 6sqft notes, with convenient access to DeKalb Market Hall and the shops at City Point.

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