Take a tour of the most expensive apartment building in Brooklyn, where a studio apartment rents for $3,000 a month
60 Water Street sits in one of the best locations in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn - only 85 feet from the historic Brooklyn Bridge.
Dumbo is no stranger to high rents. With an average of $2,880 a month for a studio, $4,043 for a one-bedroom, and $5,788 for a two-bedroom, the neighborhood has the most expensive rentals in Brooklyn, according to a report by MNS real estate brokerage.
Units at 60 Water are even more expensive. In the building, 452-square-foot studios start at $2,964, 621-square-foot one-bedrooms start at $3,498, and 963-square-foot two-bedrooms start at $6,018. Amenities like large terraces and city views can cause the rent to shoot up dramatically.
According to the building's developer, Two Trees Management, 60 Water is now 85% rented.
Keep scrolling to see what it looks like inside the priciest rental in one of the hottest development markets in the US.
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