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.
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.