The city’s top real estate brokers recently gathered at Quay Tower, the record-setting Brooklyn condominium, to preview a collection of new model residences and get the first glimpse inside the stunning Brooklyn Heights condominium. Guests, who included Susan De Franca and Howard Lorber of Douglas Elliman, sipped paloma cocktails while watching the spectacular sunset over the New York Harbor.
Quay Tower, which is nearing completion, was designed by ODA, while AD100 design duo Marmol Radziner designed the interior architecture. Marmol Radziner, a west coast darling who chose Quay Tower as their first east coast residential project, also designed three of the gorgeous model residences at Quay Tower with their trademark California modernist aesthetic.
Located at 50 Bridge Park Drive at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Quay Tower is designed to embrace its waterfront location inside and out. The building’s architecture compliments the aesthetics of the neighborhood’s remaining industrial buildings and the park, creating a rare mixture of elements that combine to inspire one single development. Its gracious floor plans benefit from 360-degree views of the water, Manhattan, Brooklyn Heights, the Brooklyn Bridge, and Governor’s Island to the south.
The residences evoke a sense of effortless luxury – elegant yet approachable to reflect the way modern families live and designed to be lived in and loved. The finishes combine rich, mixed woods, luxe metals and natural stones. Custom kitchens feature white oak cabinetry that provide a seamless contrast with slabs of leathered-finish quartzite countertops and satin bronze accents, while oversized master bathrooms are clad in hand-selected Alabastrino Rustico travertine marble.
The tower is also the first building in Brooklyn to offer outstanding amenities like a private boxing studio, in partnership with the world famous Gleason’s Gym, and unique features like private elevator access and suburban-style mudrooms in certain apartments.