An address along Central Park used to be the ultimate status symbol. But today, on the heels of the pandemic that sent Manhattanites running, the most coveted locations are sought along Prospect Park and Brooklyn Bridge Park. The city's elite now want park views in Brooklyn.
Take, for instance, Quay Tower, the top-selling new luxury condominium designed by ODA’s Eran Chen with interiors by AD100 firm Marmol Radziner, where stepping outside your front door lands you right at Brooklyn Bridge Park on the Brooklyn Heights waterfront at Pier 6. It's no wonder this building has set a new record for the borough's most expensive residential sale, when a $20M penthouse closed earlier this year. The park location is what sealed the deal for that buyer, and is the biggest reason why Brooklynites and Manhattanites are flocking to the building. Available residences in the building include this gorgeous 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom penthouse with absolutely jaw-dropping views of the park, river and city skyline, available for $6.6M.
The same trend is unfolding at 111 Montgomery, the first full-service luxury condo in the borough’s beloved Crown Heights neighborhood. The brand new building is located right next to Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, two of the city’s most important and celebrated landmarks. Homes feature modern finishes designed by Brooklyn-based Mesearch Studio.