In an industrial section of Borough Park the Hamilton is rising. It’s a 92-unit luxury rental from Halcyon Management Group.
The five-story, full-block building is designed by architect Karl Fischer and the interior designer Hadas Metzler. It is rising on the site of a former roller-skating rink and will have studios to three-bedrooms, according to the New York Times.
Amenties include Italian porcelain tiles and built-in stereo speakers in the bathrooms, kitchens designed for entertaining – meaning stoves are built center island so hosts can cook while facing their guests.
There is also a first-floor game room, and a1,000-square-foot lounge that can serve as co-working space for residents, Yoel Sabel, the senior project manager of Halcyon, told the Times.
The project cost $25 million and rents start at $1,800 for studios and $2,300 for one-bedrooms. [NYT] –Christopher Cameron