The 430 rentals in Lightstone Group's Gowanus-grazing development availed themselves to prospective tenants last week in an under-the-radar rental launch. Listings have yet to appear for 365 Bond across the Internet, but a little blurb on the building's new website instructs prospective tenants how to get in touch about setting down roots near the superfund site.
The website also touts brand new renderings—some of the first looks inside—of the building's apartments, which will feature custom Italian kitchens with Bosch appliances and Quartz countertops, white oak hardwood floors, and Bosch washers and dryers. Its luxury amid 10 feet of black mayonnaise.
The development prioritizes outdoor space, including the now complete waterfront esplanade and park, a planted interior courtyard, and multiple rooftop terraces including a rooftop barbecue terrace and rooftop sun deck. The building also has the requisite lounge, party space, and gym (with regularly scheduled classes in both the spin room and yoga studio.) This isn't new news, but now there's renderings to go along with all of it.
As most development's websites do, the site paints a portrait of what the neighborhood may be like for prospective tenants, which is white, rustic-hip, and gloriously youthful. The website's overview of the neighborhood includes photos of people kayaking in the quaint Gowanus Canal, dangling their feet off of a dock of questionable origins, and drinking coffee in cool hats out front of the rag & bone in nearby Cobble Hill.
The apartments ask from $2,000 for a studio and $3,000 for one-bedrooms. Asks for its larger apartments have yet to be released.
- 365 Bond [official]
- Lightstone's Gowanus-Grazing Apartments Open to Renters [Curbed]
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