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John Catsimatidis’s final Downtown Brooklyn tower launches leasing

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The Eagle, as this 32-story rental building is now known, features a total of 440 apartments

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The fourth and final installment of John Catsimatidis’ Myrtle Avenue empire in Downtown Brooklyn has now launched leasing on its market-rate apartments. The 32-story building, located at 86 Fleet Place and now known as The Eagle, has a little over 400 market-rate rentals.

The apartments here range in size from studios through three-bedrooms, and dozens of apartments are currently available on StreetEasy, and on the building’s website. Prices on the currently released apartments range from $2,044/month for a studio, and go up to $4,706/month for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit.

Apartments at the Hill West Architects-designed rental have floor-to-ceiling windows; stainless steel appliances, oak cabinets and Brazilian stone countertops in the kitchen; walnut floors; soaking tubs in the bathrooms; and a washer & dryer in each unit.

The amenities here span 34,000 square feet and include a private dog run, a rooftop garden, a fitness center, a sun deck with cabanas, and outdoor barbecuing areas, among several other features.

The leasing launch on the market-rate units comes nearly a year after the affordable housing lottery on the building’s 29 affordable units got underway. Catsimatidis’ four-building development has been in the works for over a decade now, and this will be the final building to see completion. With the leasing launch now underway, it shouldn’t be too long before the first set of residents start moving in.