StudiosC Architecture Reveals Interior Renderings for 260 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn

Updated rendering of 260 Gold Street - J Frankl AssociatesRendering of 260 Gold Street. Designed by J Frankl Associates

Renderings from StudiosC Architecture offer a look at the interior spaces of 260 Gold Street, a new 13-story residential property in Downtown Brooklyn. As described by the project team, the interiors were designed to create a sense of simple elegance with minimal adornments or accessories.

Rendering of residential lobby at 260 Gold Street - StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of residential lobby at 260 Gold Street – StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of residential lobby at 260 Gold Street - StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of residential lobby at 260 Gold Street – StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of resident lounge at 260 Gold Street - StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of resident lounge at 260 Gold Street – StudiosC Architecture

The building is designed by J Frankl Architects and comprises roughly 260,000 square feet with 287 rental apartments. The most impressive design components are a pair of four-story atrias that maximize the flow of natural light into the building and elevate the residential experience with features like an indoor waterfall.

Available market-rate units are priced around $2,800 for studios, $3,600 for one-bedrooms, and more than $5,000 per month for two-bedroom units. The most premium apartments include outdoor balconies or large private terraces. A total of 86 units are set aside for middle-income households or residents at 130 percent area median income. Eligible incomes range from $76,835 to $183,300 dependent on the size of each prospective household.

Amenity spaces include a fitness center, wet and dry saunas, a central laundry room, communal lounge and outdoor space, bike storage, a children’s playroom, and on-site parking for 114 vehicles.

Rendering of sauna entryway at 260 Gold Street - StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of sauna entryway at 260 Gold Street – StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of resident lounge and interior corridors at 260 Gold Street - StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of resident lounge and interior corridors at 260 Gold Street – StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of resident lounge at 260 Gold Street - StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of resident lounge at 260 Gold Street – StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of resident lounge at 260 Gold Street - StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of resident lounge at 260 Gold Street – StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of children's playroom at 260 Gold Street - StudiosC Architecture

Rendering of children’s playroom at 260 Gold Street – StudiosC Architecture

Construction at 260 Gold Street was completed in late 2020. Bruman Realty, the building’s current owner, recently landed a $145 million refinancing package provided by Square Mile Capital Management.

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5 Comments on "StudiosC Architecture Reveals Interior Renderings for 260 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn"

  1. David in Bushwick | August 30, 2021 at 9:08 am | Reply

    Boring below, mess at the top.

  2. I need an apartment: 1,500 sqft
    and above….it time to move…
    I am having serious problem with
    the noise underneath….
    The environment is not codusive
    for working at nights..
    It’s a serious problem

    Time to move out and move in

  3. I don’t know what’s the hold up
    for a 3bedroom apartment…will
    be a to buy later

  4. Oooh! Wow! The top four (4) floors of this Brooklyn building have an uncanny resemblance to the top five (5) floors of “The West” on 11th Ave between W47-48 Sts in Manhattan.

    Are the developers of this Brooklyn building going to call the top four (4) floors “The Cloud”, too?!?!

    Just asking!

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