Locals and guests are now welcome to visit the detailed, scale model of the luxury condominiums, which is available at the sales gallery located at 1600 Sheepshead Bay Road. Potential residents may view detailed floor plans and views from the residences.

 

South Brooklyn’s tallest residential building and Muss Development’s newest luxury residential tower in historic Sheepshead Bay will occupy the top 11 floors of the 30-story building.

Initial availability will include 1- to 3- bedroom residences starting at $525,000. The building also features two half-floor penthouses, which offer expansive terraces and panoramic views.

The sales gallery presents sample kitchens, master bathrooms and living areas. Floor-to-ceiling windows highlight the building’s unprecedented views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Manhattan skyline and the Sheepshead Bay.

“With the launch of sales at this groundbreaking property, we are bringing an entirely new condominium product to the historic Sheepshead Bay area,” said Jason Muss, principal at Muss Development. “We’re excited to give buyers an inside look at 1 Brooklyn Bay, enabling them to truly grasp the level of luxury and the vast range of amenities that this property has to offer.”

The building also offers an outdoor swimming pool, barbeque pits and children’s playroom. Additionally, it is located just steps from transportation such as the B and Q subway lines and express buses to Manhattan. Sheepshead Bay Road offers a range of shopping and dining options, and the Sheepshead Bay Marina, Yacht Club, and Piers are only a short distance away.

 

“This property brings a new level of luxury to Sheepshead Bay, with over 32,000 square feet total of amenities,” said Steve M. Rutter, director of Stribling Marketing Associates. “The launch of sales at 1 Brooklyn Bay Condominiums marks a new beginning for the neighborhood.”

Designed by architecture firm Perkins Eastman and located at 1524 Sheepshead Bay Road, 1 Brooklyn Bay is being constructed in partnership with AvalonBay, a leading developer of luxury rental properties. Condominium residents can expect to move into their new homes in early 2018.

Photos courtesy of Muss Development