Brooklyn Bridge Park’s first and only market-rate rentals will hit the market in early 2019. The building, known as The Landing at Brooklyn Bridge Park, is the same one that unveiled its housing lottery in September, putting 100 apartments up for grabs for New Yorkers making between 80 and 165 percent of area median income, or $47,795 and $199,650 per year.
The Landing is home to just 40 market rate rentals ranging from studios to three bedrooms that will ask from $3,100/month. A few new renderings of 15 Bridge Park Drive’s exterior and a handful of its amenities have been released ahead of its launch. Those amenities, like a gym with a separate yoga studio and a rooftop lounge, will be shared by housing lottery and market rate tenants.
The project is the work of RAL Development with architecture firm ODA New York. MNS is exclusively leasing and marketing The Landing. (Find a new website for the development here.)
The development of market rate and affordable housing at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 has a long history of legal controversy, but the Brooklyn Heights Association, the opposing community group, abandoned its fight against the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation earlier this year, after the latter earned a victory in court allowing the towers to move forward.
The condo development at Pier 6, called Quay Tower, is the taller of the pier’s two projects at 28 stories, and is home to 126 condos. Sales on those apartments launched in June with units asking from just under $2 million. In August, the development team unveiled an interactive sales gallery for the condo project. That building is expected to be complete next year.