Brooklyn Heights, renowned for its historic charm and scenic views, welcomes a new pinnacle of luxury living with the launch of leasing at The Torre House. Nestled at 124 Columbia Heights, adjacent to the north entrance of the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, this iconic residence is set to redefine opulence in the borough.
Exclusive leasing agent Vicki Negron of The Corcoran Group is thrilled to unveil this masterpiece of architectural reinvention. The Torre House, a grand brick structure with a crenelated roofline and a distinctive tower overlooking New York Harbor, boasts a fascinating history. Formerly serving as living quarters for the staff of the Jehovah’s Witness world headquarters, it stands as the final jewel in the organization’s extensive real estate portfolio in Brooklyn Heights/DUMBO to undergo redevelopment.
The Torre House introduces a collection of 96 residences, ranging from studio to three-bedroom layouts, including a unique four-bedroom duplex. With pricing spanning from $4,140 for a studio to an astonishing $33,990 for the four-bedroom, this luxury haven commands some of the borough’s highest rents. In fact, the four-bedroom unit sets a new record as the most expensive rental apartment in Brooklyn, surpassing the current record held by a townhouse at 10 Remsen Street for $27,500 per month.
Step inside The Torre House, and you’ll find oversized apartment floor plans adorned with Mohawk kindling floors throughout the main living areas. Island kitchens boast top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances and Caesarstone countertops. Luxurious bathrooms feature white Carrara marble floors, honed Italian tile, and illuminated vanity mirrors.
As for amenities, The Torre House is a haven of extravagance. Two indoor swimming pools and a rooftop spa pool offer breathtaking views, complemented by two spas, four shared outdoor spaces with a roof deck and grilling area, and a fitness center featuring a pro golf simulator room. Residents can also enjoy a lounge, café, and co-working space.
Art takes center stage at The Torre House, with renowned street artist ‘Blake’ (also known as ‘KEO’) commissioned to paint a custom Brooklyn-inspired mural at the indoor pool. The building showcases original pieces by internationally-known and emerging artists, including works by Marc Lambrechts, Ahmad McElroy, Michael Mut, Oidie Kujpers, and Taylor Deltz.
The Torre House doesn’t stop at living spaces; it offers a range of onsite services and amenities, including a concierge in the Mahogany-paneled lobby, a live-in superintendent, a community workspace, package room, resident storage, bike room, a 66-spot parking garage, and a bulk laundry room. And for pet lovers, the building is delightfully pet-friendly.
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