New Apartment Buildings Coming to Brooklyn

New Brooklyn Apartments

The latest report told us what we expected: the median rent in Brooklyn continues to increase month-by-month. But rent isn’t the only thing rising in Brooklyn. Here are some new rental buildings coming to Brooklyn.


388 Bridge Street Rentals

Big news Brooklyn—literally. Brooklyn’s 388 Bridge Street is the soon-to-be tallest tower in the borough, and will open next year. The massive (by Brooklyn standards) 53-story condo-rental hybrid will have 234 combined units of both market-rate and affordable rentals. Developed by The Stahl Organization and designed by SLCE Architects, the glass-clad tower rising at 388 Bridge Street in Downtown Brooklyn will feature luxury amenities such as a doorman, fitness center and a rooftop deck with incredible panoramic views.


146 South 4th Street Brooklyn

In Williamsburg, construction on 146 South 4th Street was predicted by the Rabsky Group to finish this October, and though it’s nearly there, it might take a little longer. The development is an 11-story residential building spanning an enormous 76,745 square feet. Inside the sprawling space will be 113 rental apartments and amenities such as private parking, a rooftop terrace and a state-of-the-art gym. The building’s Corten steel, brick and glass design has drawn some mixed feelings, though there’s nothing else quite like it in the neighborhood.


595 Baltic Street Boerum Hill

Though 595 Baltic Street is only in preliminary stages, we do have the renderings for the planned nine-story rental building coming to Boerum Hill. The ground level of the building, located between Third and Fourth Avenues, will house retail, with the upper levels containing the 70 rental apartments. What’s interesting about 595 Baltic Street, is that the zoning restrictions change right over the property, allowing the developers to build an extra two stories higher on one side of the building. Amenities at 595 Baltic Street will include the new norm: a rooftop deck, lounge, and fitness center.