Renderings show a minimalist, gridded façade going up on a distinctive flatiron-shaped building. There are approximately a dozen floors left to frame before topping out at its final height of 409 feet tall. Apartments will come in one- to five-bedroom layouts and feature nearly 10-foot ceilings and large picture window with views of Manhattan and the harbor. Hudson told the New York Times
in September that one-bedrooms are expected to start at about $1.1 million and two-bedrooms at $2 million, with an average price per square foot of $2,000.
Building amenities will include a fitness center, screening room, underground parking, and storage. Brooklyn Roasting Company
plans to take one of the retail spaces in the base of the building, and the other will be occupied by a slate of rotating food pop-ups curated by Smorgasburg