On Monday, 60 new Brooklyn rentals will enter the leasing marketwhich means more supply for ever-increasing demand in the borough. These photographs of the model unit are the first peek inside the new building at 267 Pacific Street, just south of Atlantic Avenue near Smith Street. Developed by Quinlan Development Group and Lonicera Partners, with GF55 Partners serving as the architects for exterior as well as unit interiors, the seven-story structure houses studios starting at $2,525, one-bedrooms from $3,350, and two-bedrooms from $4,850. Many of the apartments have washer/dryers, while some of the larger ones have private outdoor space, and there is a roof deck with grills and a misting shower for the whole building as well. So why is this rental so different from other rentals?
It has a sweet NYC-centric mural on its side, for one, and amenities include a bike garage and "dedicated workshop" for retooling your wheels... because Brooklyn. The lobby, designed by DB Studio, has "bespoke finishes made in Brooklyn." There's also on-site parking for cars, which is less Brooklyn-y but probably nice for some folks. Construction is almost done, the full website is poised to launch, and with occupancy expected for mid-September.
· 267 Pacific [official]
· Artsy New Pacific St. Rental Building Rises, Reveals Details [Curbed]
· New 60-Unit Cobble Hill Rental On Pacific Street Shows Itself [Curbed]
· 267 Pacific Street coverage [Curbed]