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Downtown Brooklyn’s Chelsea Piers-touting rental unveils apartments from $2,500

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The 25-story building has 714 apartments that average just under 800 square feet in size

Via Robbie Noble of TF Cornerstone

TF Cornerstone’s massive, amenity-stuffed Brooklyn rental, 33 Bond, has now officially launched leasing on its 714 apartments from $2,500 per month. The 25-story Downtown Brooklyn building comes with studios, one, and two-bedrooms with an average apartment here measuring just under 800 square feet.

One-bedrooms start from $3,100 per month, and two-bedrooms are asking from $4,700 per month. For a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, it’s a little bit higher, with units asking from $5,350 per month.

Leasing on the market-rate units follows the launch of the affordable housing lottery on the building’s 143 affordable apartments earlier this year.

Some of the standout features of the apartments here include the floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors, and the kitchens fitted with stainless steel appliances. But where the building really sets itself apartment from the competition in Downtown Brooklyn is its slate of amenities.

The Handel Architects-designed rental comes with a co-working space; an elevated park equipped with barbecue grills and dining areas; a lounge with a screening room, and a billiards table; and a pet grooming center.

The building’s retail space will be anchored by a 52,000-square-foot Chelsea Piers, the first Brooklyn outpost for the health and fitness center. Additionally, Colombian coffee roaster Devocion will also open its second U.S. location within the building.

“With 33 Bond being our first venture into Brooklyn, we felt responsible for proactively responding to the present and forthcoming needs impacting the neighborhoods we sit between,” Zoe Elghanayan, the Principal at TF Cornerstone, said. “And by doing so, our residents can enjoy the consistent life-enhancing amenity services they’ve come to expect from TF Cornerstone.”