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Williamsburg's final Edge tower, now The Level, debuts its rentals

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The 40-story building comes with 540 apartments in studios through three-bedrooms

Via Douglaston Development

Douglaston Development’s third waterfront tower in Williamsburg is set to welcome its first residents on July 1 this year, and with it the developers have launched leasing and released new renderings of the building, and the amenity spaces (the listings are yet to go live, but we will update this post as soon as they do).

The 40-story Stephen B. Jacobs Group-designed tower comes with a total of 554 apartments that come in studios through three-bedrooms. This tower is part of Douglaston’s overall The Edge development, but it now seems that Douglaston has renamed this third tower, Level (formerly known as Edge III).

Rentals here come fitted with stainless steel appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows with solar shades, smoked walnut flooring, and glass cabinetry, all designed by Andi Pepper. Prices start at $2,375 per month for a studio, $3,400 for a one-bedroom, $4,250 for two-bedrooms, and $6,275 for three-bedroom apartments.

“With every new project, our team goes above and beyond to build a community within our properties and offer future residents the best in apartment finishes and building amenities,” Jeffrey Levine, the chairman of Douglaston Development, said in a statement. “This mentality has enabled us to transform the Williamsburg waterfront into the highly sought after residential area it is today.”

As for the amenities, residents will have access to an indoor-outdoor swimming pool on the ninth floor (the rendering for which is below), a landscaped courtyard, a fitness center, a terrace lounge with a fireplace, a whirpool, a children’s playroom, and several other amenities.

With the L train shutdown looming large, it remains to be seen how well this rental project will do. This development does have somewhat of an upper hand in that it’s right next to one of the NYC Ferry piers at North 6th Street. UPDATE: The developer will be offering a free shuttle service for residents of the building to the Marcy Avenue JMZ stop, and the Nassau Avenue G stop.