Go big or go home. Or, in the case of 33 Bond Street — a new rental building in downtown Brooklyn with 714 luxury apartments — you can go big when you go home. And have fun, too.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the company behind the massive Chelsea Piers sports complex on the West Side of Manhattan has inked a deal to provide a “world-class” fitness center at the base of 33 Bond Street.
Residents at 33 Bond will get use of the facility for free or at a deep discount, according to the report. Developer TF Cornerstone said the Chelsea Pier fitness center will further add to the 24/7 lifestyle that has become a big part of downtown Brooklyn/Boerum Hill’s attraction.
While the Chelsea Piers in Manhattan is a massive, 28-acre spread that runs between 17th and 23rd streets and contains a driving range, ice rink and fitness center, the exact specs for the new Brooklyn Chelsea Piers are not yet available. But units at 33 Bond Street are now up for lease. The no-fee apartments range from studios ($2,530 a month) up to 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom units ($5,420). Earlier this year, a housing lottery was opened up for 143 units at Bond.
The 25-story building was designed by Handel Architects and started renting to its first tenants in June.