The Stahl Organization's tower at 388 Bridge Street has been one of the most-watched projects in Downtown Brooklyn, thanks in large part to its title as the tallest building in the borough. As the 53-story, 595-foot tower grew over the last few years, interest in the residential building grew just as much, and now, finally, the building is nearly complete. The rental units, which began leasing in December, will be ready for occupancy by March 1, and sales of the 144 condos should launch not long after that. Curbed recently took a sneak peek tour of the building to check out the condos, which start on the 32 floor and switch to what the marketing team calls "penthouse condos" with higher ceilings and higher-end finishes on the 45th floor. A 1,144-square-foot two-bedroom on the 32nd floor will be priced around $1.19 million, while on the "penthouse" level on the 51st floor, a 1,380-square-foot two-bedroom with a 551-square-foot private terrace will ask about $3.35 million. On the highest floor, the most expensive home will be around $6 million, and all of the condos come with the building's best and most talked about amenity: views.