The first New York residential tower by Studio Gang will top out at 660 feet in the spring, giving the Brooklyn skyline another tower of note. The building isn’t short on thoughtful exterior design (as oh-so-many Brooklyn buildings are), and the same kind of design prowess extends to the interiors by Michaelis Boyd Associates. While the September sales launch brought a first look into the building’s residences, it omitted a peek at the building-topping amenities.
The 32nd floor residents’ space, known as the Sky Club, is illustrated in newly revealed renderings that show off some of the building’s more posh amenities, like dining and entertaining spaces, a music studio, a private cinema, and a room to be used for virtual golf and gaming.
The Sky Club makes up just one portion of the building’s 28,000 square feet of indoor amenities, the rest of which can be found at the Park Club on its third floor. The latter space will feature direct access to the building’s 27,000-square-foot private park, by Hollander Design, as well as a gym with a 75-foot saltwater pool and squash court, a game room, a maker’s studio, a kids playroom, and a co-working lounge with coffee service. Access to the building’s amenities comes without an additional cost to 11 Hoyt residents.
The 481 studios to four-bedrooms of 11 Hoyt, which Studio Gang designed with Hill West, hit the market in September with asking prices between the $600,000’s and the high $3 millions. Condos currently up for grabs in the building range from a 454-square-foot studio asking $675,000 and a 1,956-square-foot four-bedroom on the market for $3.75 million.