First Closings Have Begun at Pierhouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park — Now Available for Immediate Occupancy

Toll Brothers City Living®, the urban development division of Toll Brothers, Inc., the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, and Starwood Capital Group, a leading global private investment firm, announced today the opening of the new decorated model home and on-site sales gallery at Pierhouse, located in the 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park. First closings at the building began in early September, and already Pierhouse is 80-percent sold and the remaining homes begin at $2.9 million.

The model home, residence N-218, is a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath duplex located on the second floor of the North building. Totaling 2,184 interior square feet, with a 571-square-foot outdoor terrace, the residence features unobstructed views of the New York skyline, the East River, the Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge Park.

“We’re excited to have moved our operations on-site at Pierhouse and to welcome our first residents,” said David Von Spreckelsen, the New York division president of Toll Brothers City Living. “It’s a beautiful time of year to take in the incredible park and water views and we’re so happy to invite prospective buyers and brokers on-site, where they can fully appreciate the lifestyle and experience of this very special building.”

With interiors and exteriors sustainably designed by Marvel Architects, Pierhouse consists of 106 townhome-style residences spread across two separate waterfront buildings, offering unrivaled views of the Manhattan skyline. The lush environment, conceived by landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, includes private rooftops and landscaped terraces designed to complement the surrounding park. The condominium is expected to achieve LEED Silver certification, with each home offering composting units and rainwater irrigation systems, as well as high-efficiency interior and exterior LED lighting and automatic energy-efficient solar shade systems throughout.

The majority of the building’s one-to-five-bedroom homes are duplexes, many with double-height living rooms and outdoor space. Kitchens feature Gaggenau appliances, honed Calacatta Tucci marble countertops, solid American walnut cabinets, and locally sourced 18-bottle wine storage. Bathrooms feature Waterworks fixtures, Ruscello Fosso Picollo marble floors, and walnut and brushed nickel vanities. The granite in the building’s exterior was mined from the same quarry as the Brooklyn Bridge, which is visible just to the north of Pierhouse.

Residents have access to countless amenities, including 24-hour concierge service, multiple fitness centers, a meditation studio, lounge, children’s playroom, pet wash, refrigerated storage, and on-site valet parking. Cyclists will be welcomed with bicycle storage and access to Brooklyn Bridge Park in their front yard. Additionally, residents have access to select amenities of the adjoining 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, including a signature restaurant, world-class spa, rooftop pool and bar, artisanal café and juice bar, private dining rooms, wedding terrace and more than 20,000 square feet of event space.

On the waterfront at the intersection of Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo, Pierhouse’s setting in Brooklyn Bridge Park offers more than a mile of outdoor space and ample room for boating, athletics, dog-walking and more. Dumbo is home to one of the premier art districts in New York, a yearly farmers’ market and the critically acclaimed Dumbo Arts Festival. Brooklyn Heights offers a perfect blend of residential charm and all the conveniences of city living, with a ferry stop steps away, as well as several subway lines. The Brooklyn Heights Promenade is also nearby, offering picturesque views during a stroll in the neighborhood.

Toll Brothers City Living is handling the sales and marketing for Pierhouse in conjunction with Deborah Rieders and her team from The Corcoran Group. To visit the new on-site sales gallery and model apartment, please visit the listings here.  For more information about the building, please click here.

Photos Courtesy of Toll Brothers City Living