Building: One Brooklyn Bridge Park
One Brooklyn Bridge Park has been one of the hottest, most high-profile condominium projects in all of New York since its 2009 conversion from a former Jehovah’s Witness printing plant into the defining residential development on Brooklyn Bridge Park.
In scope and scale, OBBP sets the tone for the Brooklyn waterfront’s emergence as one of the most coveted places to live in all of New York. The project has had a few issues to overcome, including a little early skepticism that the 14-story, 449-unit building would be negatively impacted by being right next exhaust and noise-generating Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. Likewise, Hurricane Sandy did result in some damage to One Brooklyn Bridge Park’s building’s systems. There are also some tax abatements in place for a few more years, which could spell higher costs in the future to keep up the impressive structure. But those issues appear to be trifling matters given the excitement generated by this building.
Located at 360 Fulton St., One Brooklyn Bridge Park is one of the most ambitious waterfront transformations that saw quick initial sales of the loft-like units and continues to see eager buyers hop on board. In some instances, architects and designers and other New York insiders have moved into the place. In some cases, two units have been converted into more expensive single units. In a few short years, the building has lived up to its hype and reputation as a classy, exciting place to live. This is due to the fact that the building provides residents with incomparable light and south views to Brooklyn, soaring ceilings, and sensational amenities. Those amenities include a 3,000-square-foot gym with dance studio, free weights, changing room and two outdoor terraces; a billiard room and music room with a piano; a children’s play room plus a children’s art room; a cardio studio and yoga studio; golf simulator and video game lounge and media lounge.
There’s also a 500-car garage, live-in superintendent, maid service availability and 70,000 square feet of onsite retail space. In addition to the quality of the building and the interior amenities, it is the location that makes One Brooklyn Bridge Park so much more extravagant. It is located in Brooklyn Bridge Park, an 85-acre, waterfront park south of the Brooklyn Bridge. The area continues to evolve and development, including plans for increased residential units that contain affordable housing; pier development and more park space. One Brooklyn Bridge Park continues to show its superiority in the market. It has even boasted Brooklyn’s most expensive condo unit for sale: A $32 million, 6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom penthouse that sprawls 11,000 square feet.
- Children's playroom
- Laundry in Building
- Live-in Super
- Parking Available
- Community Recreation Facilities
- Storage Available
- NYC Storm Zone 1
|Facts||435 units12 storiesBuilt in 1928|
|Building Class||RM Condominium, Mixed Residential & Commercial Building (RM)|
|District||Community District 302City Council District 33Police Precinct 84|
|Floorplans||245 floorplans available|
|Documents and Permits||3159 documents and permits|
|Sales Listings||13 active sales ($1,463 per ft² avg, $2,395,076 avg price)|
|658 previous sales ($963 per ft² avg, $1,313,401 avg price)|
|Rentals Listings||7 active rentals ($51 per ft² avg, $4,314 avg price)|
|179 previous rentals ($48 per ft² avg, $4,317 avg price)|