Just a week after City Tower, one of the many pieces of Downtown Brooklyn's City Point puzzle, revealed its first batch of interior renderings, developer Brodsky has now begun leasing for the rentals. Despite the fact that the site is still under construction, its leasing office, located on the 26th floor of the building, is officially open, with several model units on display. The COOKFOX-designed tower is one of three residential buildings within the mega-development, but the only one with market-rate rentals. While units in Tower One, which is 80 percent affordable, start at $500, the apartments in City Tower begin at $2,350 for a studio, with one-bedrooms going from $3,075 to $3,725, and two-bedrooms available for $4,550. The model units show off a studio, one-bedroom, and junior one-bedroom, and recently, we got to take a look around.