On Monday, we glimpsed new views of the Brooklyn Bridge Park courtesy of the new website of new development One Brooklyn Bridge Park. Today, let's take a peek at the development itself. Formerly known as 360 Furman when it was owned by Jehovah's Witnesses, the building changed hands for $200 million in summer 2004. What makes the development particularly interesting, besides its site smack in the middle of the forthcoming parkland, are the variety of units being offered: two-to-five bedroom duplex townhouses fronting the harbor; lofty apartment spaces; penthouses; oh, and...
... Garden Lofts, apartments featuring industralized terraces with views of Brooklyn and Manhattan. Pretty cool. No pricing or availability yet; we'd link you to the priority sign-up form on the 1BBP website, but they've buried it inside a typically clunky flash interface, so you'll have to dig for it yourself.
After the jump, spiffy interior renderings from the lofts and from a penthouse.
Top, a loft interior. Bottom, your penthouse, madam.