Toll, Starwood unveil Brooklyn Bridge Park condo renderings

TRD New York /
Jun.June 04, 2013 12:00 PM

Toll Brothers and Starwood Capital Group have revealed exterior renderings for the condominium component of Pier 1, their mixed-use development at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Curbed reported.

The project will create 1 Hotel and Pierhouse, a 193-room hotel and building with 120 “townhouse-style” condos, respectively. Also, there will be restaurants, a banquet hall, retail, a fitness center and a parking garage. Sales are slated for the fall, the website said.

In February, the developers announced plans to elevate their 550,000-square-foot complex at least 3 feet to protect it from the kind of flood damage that Hurricane Sandy did to the neighborhood, as previously reported. The design was modified to include more steps, ramps to the lobby and masonry to raise up the buildings.

A portion of the profits from the project will go toward the upkeep of the park, Curbed said. [Curbed]Mark Maurer

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