The Lane at Boerum Place is a Beautiful Addition to Downtown BK

Downtown Brooklyn is one of the borough's fastest-growing areas with new building rising on a seemingly daily basis. One of the newest additions to this area is the beautiful 415 Red Hook Lane, also known as The Lane at Boerum Place.

The new 21-story rental was developed by Quinlan Development Group & Lonicera Partners who paired with Ennead Architects. This tower has brought 108 new homes to the area ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom homes with a variety of different layouts.

Each home features modern finishes including walk-in closets in the bedrooms, floors lined with hardwood, and oversized windows bringing in natural light and some of the best views of Brooklyn. The open kitchens feature stainless steel appliances including a Bosch washer and dryer, custom cabinetry, backsplash, and kitchen islands giving residents enough space for cooking and enjoying breakfast at with friends or family. The bathrooms are also worth mentioning as they include slate tiled floors, rain showerheads, large soaking tubs, and vanities paired with medicine cabinets, oversized mirrors, and beautiful light fixtures.

Just like the typical modern additions found within each home of this development, 415 Red Hook Lane also includes all the common amenities modern New Yorkers have come to expect, and more. These amenities include extra private storage space, 24/7 concierge service, a fitness center, lounge room for residents to enjoy at any time, children’s playroom, fully-stocked library giving residents a place for quiet studying and reading, bike room, and a rooftop terrace that includes barbeque grills, and views of the beautiful red-bricked neighborhood.  

This new development is located in one of Brooklyn’s most trendy and lively areas. Most of the area is quaint, filled with low-rise red-bricked buildings, tree-lined streets, and blocks lined with boutiques, cafes, and grocery stores such as Trader Joe’s, Key Food, Target, and more. This area is also located near several subway lines that can take you into Manhattan or the rest of the city, making any commute easy.

Currently still available are one-bedrooms that start at $3,000 per month and three-bedroom homes starting at $7,000 per month.