Inside the Pierhouse model unit

The penthouse is on the market for $10.49 million

TRD New York /
Dec.December 13, 2015 03:16 PM

Pierhouse, a controversial development at Brooklyn Bridge Park, has faced some legal hurdles. But that doesn’t make the views any less spectacular. Here is a look inside.

David Von Spreckelsen of Toll Brothers City Living, the project’s developer, gave Curbed a tour of the recently unveiled, three-bedroom model unit on the fifth floor of the building.


The duplex-style apartment at 90 Furman Street is decked out with minimalist furnishings. It features 600-year-old reclaimed heartwood pine floors, walnut cabinets and marble countertops – your new-development standards in Brooklyn these days.


The development houses 106 one-to-five bedroom units, along with a 192-room hotel. Of course, residents will enjoy the hotel amenities. The developer told Curbed that 78 of the 106 units have already sold.


Prices start at $2.85 million, and the penthouse is currently listed at $10.49 million. Occupancy will begin in June 2016. [Curbed] Christopher Cameron

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