Until now, the only glimpses we've gotten of the refurbished Brooklyn Trust Company Building at 138 Pierrepont Street have been a series of illustrations showing what the development's 12 condos might look like, in theory. But it's time to compare those renderings to the reality—well, sort of—as a new batch of images for the project's model units have been revealed. The units, designed by Barry Rice Architects, are "townhouse-style" (read: large), with swank amenities like a roof terrace, a private resident's lounge, and "the first sound attenuated private music room in Brooklyn," whatever that means. Of course, these photos are staged, but they do show off some of the apartments' selling points: the oversized windows, oak floors, rolling kitchen carts, and super-schmancy fixtures. Currently, four units are available (via StreetEasy), with the most expensive being a $4.4 million, four-bedroom duplex.
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