Take a tour of the most expensive apartment building in Brooklyn, where a studio apartment rents for $3,000 a month
A glassy apartment tower between two bridges is being called the most expensive in Brooklyn.
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.Advertisement
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.
Gaze upon 60 Water Street, the most expensive rental building in Brooklyn. Its glassy exterior separates it from Dumbo's typical post-industrial architectural style.
This is what a one-bedroom apartment in the building looks like.Advertisement
The amenities are just as nice as you'd expect. Top-of-the-line Bosch appliances fill the space.
There's even an in-unit washer and dryer — the pinnacle of New York City apartment living.Advertisement
Though the views are different in each unit, the fact that the building is a mere 85 feet from the Brooklyn Bridge is definitely a plus.
There are floor-to-ceiling windows in every room, opening up the relatively small units and giving them an airy feel.Advertisement
A one-bedroom unit like this might start at $3,498 a month, but monthly rent could go much higher depending on the view.
On top of the building is a fully landscaped, 6,000-square-foot roof deck.Advertisement
It was created by the designer of New York's famous High Line Park, James Corner Field Operations, and uses many of the same design elements, including its indigenous plant species and reclining wooden furniture.
It also makes the best of its incredible views.Advertisement
The building also counts a gym among its amenities. Use of both the gym and rooftop will cost residents about $600 a year.
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