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Downtown Brooklyn’s 33-story rental, the Amberly, launches leasing

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The launch debuted one studio and three one-bedroom apartments with rents from $2,670/month

The Amberly

Downtown Brooklyn’s flooded rental market has just gained a few more listings. The 33-story tower at 120 Nassau Street, which happens to be the tallest building in the area (for now) has launched leasing on a few of its 270 apartments.

The Amberly, as the building has been named, is the work of developers AmTrust Realty Corp. The site on which the Woods Bagot-designed building stands was once home to an office building and features a facade that was “inspired by the brownstones of Brooklyn” while the buildings aim to cater to “a new type of Brooklyn lifestyle.” To accomplish this, the development includes a 10,000-square-foot public plaza designed by Curbed Groundbreakers Scape Landscape Architects, designated community and co-working spaces; and a communal penthouse lounge called “The Overlook” that offers stunning views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines.

The apartments range in size from studios to three-bedrooms, some of which include private outdoor spaces. Each of the units are bedecked with a series of high-end finishes that include floor-to-ceiling windows, nine-foot-high ceilings, kitchens with custom cabinetry and Caesarstone countertops; bathrooms with herringbone-laid porcelain tile floors, and Bosch washer/dryer machines. Prices start at $2,100/month for a studio and go as high as $8,000/month for a three-bedroom.

There are currently just four units—one 594-square-foot studio and three one-bedrooms ranging in size from 676 to 813 square feet—on the market, though more apartments are expected to debut during the weeks ahead. A couple of the currently listed units were among the model residences that were designed by BHDM. Net effective rent prices on those four apartments range from $2,670 to $3,410/month.