Spectacular New Brooklyn Rental Buildings

Rooftop deck view at 388 Bridge Street

While all eyes are on Manhattan’s booming rental developments, Brooklyn has also acquired a few lavish rentals. To keep stay updated on the newest additions, here are three rental buildings you don’t want to miss that currently have openings. 

60 Water Street

Just blocks from the waterfront in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood and steps away from the Brooklyn Bridge is this modern 17-story structure. This building holds a total of 290 units, each fitted with hardwood oak floors and rooms filled with natural sunlight from the oversized windows. Every kitchen features GE stainless steel appliances and marble countertops, while the bathrooms are also clad in marble and have a soaking tub, and double vanities. Choose between a studio to two-bedroom apartments starting at $3,250 a month.

101 Bedford Avenue

This Williamsburg addition made the list for its unique and lavish amenities, which include the typical fitness center, storage area and parking space as well as a wine and party room, sauna, yoga room complete with a locker room, a pet room, library, soundproof recording studio, screening room, and an Olympic sized indoor swimming pool with a hot tub. Residents can enjoy all of that along with kitchens featuring custom wooden cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and all of the boutiques and restaurants conveniently located nearby. Studios start at $2,550 a month, one-bedroom apartments start at $3,400 per month, and two-bedrooms run for $5,150 per month.

388 Bridge Street

This new high-rise building located in Downtown Brooklyn stands 53 stories tall, towering over most of the buildings in the area giving each apartment gorgeous views of the skyline, night and day. Every home–from studio to four-bedrooms and the penthouse– feature oversized windows with high ceilings, an open layout, top-of-the-line designer hardware, and more. The building itself has a media room, lounge room, fitness facility, children’s playroom, and panoramic views from the rooftop deck. Prices range between $2,450 and $8,000 a month.