Tue. Aug 20th, 2019

Brooklyn Point; The Loftiest Building of Brooklyn, reaches a construction milestone

The very first project of the much-admired real estate firm Extell Development Company, Brooklyn point, which has become the loftiest building of Brooklyn and has reached a big milestone by rising up to the height of 720 feet, and having a sixty-eight story structure with tiles cemented. Construction is in progress and the very initial closings are scheduled to begin in early 2020.

Extell’s Senior VP for development, Ari Alowan Goldstein stated: “As the tallest building in the borough, Brooklyn Point represents a milestone for Brooklyn. The Brooklyn marketplace now competes with Manhattan and has significant demand for Extell quality homes. We are experiencing tremendous success because our buyers appreciate the value of outstanding design, amenities, and unparalleled views coupled with the savings of a 25-year tax abatement.”

Statements were also passed by the KPF Design Principal, Rob Whitlock who said: “At Brooklyn Point, we wanted to honor the creative spirit of Brooklyn while crafting a new landmark for the borough’s downtown. To that end, we picked up on the diversity of scale and texture of the site’s context in the building’s expression. Brooklyn Point features a sculptural façade, with eclectic materiality that plays with light and shadow, giving the tower an elegant solidity.”

The building will feature an inclusive wellness and health facility with an indoor swimming pool of 65 Feet and of saltwater, a rock climbing wall of 35 foot, basketball court, cycling studio, and a Squash court. To give a more delightful experience, hot tubs, steam rooms for men & women, and an infrared sauna will also be included in the spa at Brooklyn Point.

Amenities for entertainment and socializing will also be provided which include Salon, wine library, screening and performance room, game lounge, private study room, and kitchen, etc. Also, the availability of an outdoor oasis designed by the renowned and award-winning architecture firms, a terrace bar, and a Forest Adventure playground for children will be there too.