We've already been inside the apartments at 388 Bridge Street, currently Brooklyn's tallest tower, but as nice as those apartments are, they're not the building's only selling point. The 53-story, 595-foot tower also contains a good amount of amenity space, with a children's playroom, media room, gym, lounge, and outdoor terrace on the fifth floor, an exclusive lounge for condo owners only on the 46th floor, and a small, mildly scary roof deck, complete with wind turbine-powered, color-changing LED lights. We got a look around the now-almost-entirely-finished spaces (the final touches are still being put on the condo owners' lounge and roof deck) and took a bunch of pictures. With prices for the few remaining units — 75 percent had been leased by July — starting at $2,730 for a studio, and remaining condos starting at $641,000, do these amenity spaces make it worth the money? We'll let you be the judge.
· 388 Bridge Street coverage [Curbed]