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5 New Condominium and Rental Apartments In Brooklyn

Brooklyn is on the rise, and that is made apparent by the number of new skyscrapers that are popping up in some of the most desirable neighborhoods with even more on the way. We listed five of the newest and most talked about condominium and rental apartments in Brooklyn that were finished and opened in 2022. The following places include availability and prices as of November 18.
1)The Axel
Situated on the border of Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights is 550 Clinton Avenue, aka The Axel. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by Hope Street Capital, the completed 30-story project features 284 rental apartments along with 60,000 square feet of commercial retail space in the podium of the complex. Triumph Property Group is in charge of leasing the apartments.
Residential amenities at The Axel include a swimming pool atop the podium; multiple conference rooms; an executive meeting room; a gaming lounge with an outdoor terrace; yoga and pilates studios; a fitness center with a terrace; a golf and sports simulator; and a rooftop skypark with grilling stations and an outdoor kitchen.
The cheapest home is a studio costing $3,300 per month, while the most expensive rental is a 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom unit costing $6,642 per month.
2) 58 Saint Mark’s Place
One of the newest residential properties to pop up in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn is 58 Saint Mark’s Place, a 12-story mixed-use residence designed by INC Architecture & Design and Isaac & Stern Architects. Developed by Avdoo & Partners, there are 100 condominium units that come in 45 unique floor plans ranging from studios to four-bedroom layouts. The ground floor is home to a Food Garden Market grocery store.
Wellness amenities include a large outdoor central garden designed by Terrain; a fitness center by The Wright Fit with a weight room, studios for boxing, pilates, and yoga; meditations rooms; a private shower; a sauna; a steam room; and a treatment room. Other amenities are a parlor room with a chef’s kitchen and a separate lounge and dining areas; a club room with a fireplace and wet bar; a music room; a karaoke room, a game room with a TV and game tables; and children’s playroom; a library with a coffee bar; a pet spa, and an art studio with craft tables. On top of the building is a landscaped rooftop deck with BBQ grills, lounge seating, and an outdoor cinema. Additional services include a 24-hour lobby, porter and handyman; a live-in resident manager; an oversized package room with cold storage; stroller storage; high-capacity washers and dryers; pre-wired units for VErizon FiOS and Spectrum; on-site parking; and bicycle storage available for purchase.
58 Saint Mark’s Place is over 90% sold with the cheapest home currently listed on their website being a 1,736-square foot three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom unit with a 246-square foot terrace costing $3.15 million. The most expensive is a 2,334-square foot 3-bedroom. 2.5 bathroom home with a 995-square foot terrace costing $4.65 million.
3) Magnolia DUMBO
Located within a full-block structure and addressed as 160 Front Street is MAgnolia DUMBO, a 21-story rental complex in DUMBO, Brooklyn. The 21-story building is designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by RXR Realty with 320 rental apartments with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing in charge of leasing the one- to four-bedroom homes.
A staggering 100,000 square feet of amenities spread across three levels come with the building and include the largest private park in the neighborhood designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh measuring 23,000 square feet; an outdoor rooftop swimming pool with a resort deck and views of the Manhattan bridge and Midtown skyline; a game room with billiards and a large screen console; and an outdoor terrace lounge. There is also a 77,000-square foot Lifetime Fitness gym with its own indoor swimming pool; a full-service spa; a full-size basketball court; a fitness floor with numerous studio spaces; and a full service cafe. Also on site are 660 private parking spaces in an attended garage.
The cheapest unit is a studio for $3,822 per month, while the most expensive is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom home costing $5,995 per month. Magnolia DUMBO is offering 2 months for free on a 14-month lease and 3 months for free with a 24-month lease.
4) Brooklyn Crossing
Standing directly behind the Barclays Center is Brooklyn Crossing, a recently finished 51-story rental building addressed as 18 Sixth Avenue. It stands as the tallest structure in the 22-acre Pacific Park master plan in Prospects Heights, Brooklyn. Designed by Perkins Eastman and developed by The Brodsky Organization and Greenland Forest CIty Partners, the 532-foot tall tower spans 740,000 square feet and holds 858 rental units. 258 are allocated towards affordable housing.
Residential amenities are spread out over 50,000 square feet and include a 24-hour concierge and doorman; a recreational sky lounge and den, a children’s playroom, a fitness center; a business workspace; office suites; a library and lounge; a media/screening room; and an outdoor rooftop with a swimming pool and 360-degree views over the Barclays Center , the New York harbor and Atlantic OCean, and the surrounding cityscape from Downtown Brookly to the Manhattan skyline.
The cheapest unit is a studio costing $3,195 per month, while the most expensive is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit costing $7,250 per month.
5) The Willoughby
Opened this past summer, The Willoughby celebrated its official grand opening as a 34-story building designed by Perkins Eastman and developed by RXR Realty and addressed as 196 Willoughby Street. It stands ad the tallest component of Long Island University’s Downtown Brooklyn campus and boasts 476 rental apartments ranging from studios to two-bedrooms units. 30 percent of the homes are rent-stabilized affordable housing units.
There are a host of amenities that include a 22nd-floor landscaped outdoor terrace with built-in grilling stations and fireplaces with lounge seating and garden beds, and views of Downtown Brooklyn and the Midtown, Manhattan skyline. Other amenities are a library, a fitness center; a yoga studio; a conference room; a private dog run and spa; an entertainment room; and a lounge.
The cheapest available unit is a studio costing $3,429 a month, while the most expensive is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom penthouse costing $7,157 per month.

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