New Close-Up Revealed For 28-Story “Quay Tower” Coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park

Quay Tower, MOSO StudioQuay Tower, image by ODA

A new close-up rendering has been revealed of the Brooklyn Bridge Park condominium project, now officially known as Quay Tower. The 28-story building will be located at the southern end of Pier 6, in Brooklyn Bridge Park, along the East River. The project, designed by ODA Architecture’s Eran Chen, will offer residents permanently unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline, New York Harbor, East River, as well as the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.

Quay Tower, MOSO Studio

Quay Tower, image by MOSO Studio

The building is being developed through a joint venture between RAL Companies, Oliver’s Realty Group, and Vanke US.

The tower will offer up a total of 126 residential units, and will have an official address of 50 Bridge Park Drive.

The condominiums will range from two to five bedrooms and are tailored towards the side of spacious luxury. Prices are expected to start around $1.9 million for the smallest two-bedroom configurations, $5.5 million for the spacious five-bedroom residences.

Quay Tower, MOSO Studio

Quay Tower, by ODA

Construction of Quay Tower is already underway, with an expected completion date of summer 2019. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing has been selected as the exclusive sales and marketing team for the project.

A teaser site for the tower has also been launched for potential residents and brokers.


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3 Comments on "New Close-Up Revealed For 28-Story “Quay Tower” Coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: I’m glad that I see people enjoy their activities, superb design on the 28-story.

  2. “Quay Tower”!!! Just not elitist enough, I think. “Pier Tower” not good enough? “Brooklyn” was settled by the Dutch, not the Brits.

  3. michael coffey | April 29, 2018 at 4:43 pm | Reply

    Brooklyn was settled by the Irish. Quays all about the Liffey!

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