One Boerum Place’s Exterior Wrapping Up in Downtown Brooklyn

1 Boerum Place Apartments. All images courtesy of NYC Housing Connect1 Boerum Place Apartments. Rendering by Williams New York.

Finishing touches are underway on One Boerum Place, a 22-story residential building in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed by SLCE Architects and developed by Avery Hall InvestmentsAllegra Holdings, and Aria Development Group, the $250 million project will yield 96 market-rate rentals with interiors designed by Gachot Studios. Nancy Packes, Inc. is in charge of leasing the units, which hit the market this spring and range from one- to four-bedroom layouts with access to a wide range of indoor and outdoor amenities. One Boerum Place is located on a relatively narrow parcel bound by Boerum Place to the west, Fulton Street to the north, and Red Hook Lane to the east. Occupancy at One Boerum Place has already commenced. Leeding Builders Group, LLC is the general contractor for the building.

Since our last update in late June, the construction elevator has been disassembled from the wide western elevation and a significant amount of the blue protective film has been peeled off the windows.

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

The main work awaiting completion is the installation of the remaining warm-colored brick and windows in the vertical strip where the hoist was attached. The wrap-around sidewalk scaffolding should also be removed in the coming months as work on the fenestration wraps up.

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place. Photo by Michael Young

One Boerum Place offers homes ranging from 700-square-foot one-bedrooms at $4,700 a month to 1,800-square-foot four-bedroom apartments costing up to $15,500 per month and featuring private outdoor spaces. Each comes with 10-foot-high ceiling spans, oversized windows, and custom millwork and finishes throughout. The indoor wellness amenities include a lap pool, a sauna, men’s and women’s changing rooms with cabana seating, a two-story fitness center with commercial-grade facilities, and a yoga room. The building will also contain multiple lounge areas, a children’s playroom, a pet spa, and bicycle storage. Outdoor spaces are being curated by Brook Landscape, which designed these areas with a diverse spectrum of trees, hedges, soft grasses, shrubbery, and flowers. A south-facing rooftop park will be located on the 23rd floor and feature multiple cooking stations, lounge areas, and dining tables.

Main lobby entrance at One Boerum Place - Williams New York; SLCE Architects

Main lobby entrance at One Boerum Place. Rendering by Williams New York

View of master bedroom with private outdoor space (left) and master bathroom (right) - Williams New York; SLCE Architects

View of master bedroom with private outdoor space (left) and master bathroom (right). Rendering by Williams New York

Residential lounge at One Boerum Place. Rendering by Williams New York

View inside residential lobby at One Boerum Place - - Williams New York; SLCE Architects

View inside residential lobby at One Boerum Place. Rendering by Williams New York

Fitness center at One Boerum Place - Williams New York; SLCE Architects

Fitness center at One Boerum Place. Rendering by Williams New York

Indoor pool at One Boerum Place - Williams New York; SLCE Architects

Indoor pool at One Boerum Place. Rendering by Williams New York

Childrens playroom at One Boerum Place - Williams New York; SLCE Architects

Children’s playroom at One Boerum Place. Rendering by Williams New York

Full completion of One Boerum Place is expected this fall, as noted on the construction board.

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8 Comments on "One Boerum Place’s Exterior Wrapping Up in Downtown Brooklyn"

  1. Great building

  2. At first glance, it’s shocking that a building this size only has 96 units. Then you realize how slim it is. Bravo to the developers + design team.

  3. David : Sent From Heaven. | September 21, 2021 at 9:19 am | Reply

    Design outside the building, that consisting turning angle. And then move to design inside I meet charming living, so I think as I see: Thanks to Michael Young.

  4. The location opposite Brooklyn’s Civic Center and looking over Brooklyn Heights to the west with further views to the harbor and Manhattan assure that the views won’t be blocked by later developments.

  5. The building looks better every time I see it.

  6. Nice building, but I don’t understand the economics. If you can afford this rent, isn’t it better to just rent a cheaper place for a few years and save the difference towards a down payment on a co-op or condo?

  7. I need a 3 bedroom apartment

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