More new buildings are turning their top floors into publicly shared amenities spaces, giving penthouse views to every resident, and we think we have Brooklyn’s best example. The Amberly, Downtown Brooklyn’s new 33-story luxury rental tower, has just unveiled Brooklyn’s most Instagrammable new view which includes sweeping vistas of seven bridges and the soaring skylines of two entire boroughs, all seen from The Overlook, the sprawling sky-high lounge perched atop the building, in addition to the full suite of amenities.
At the nexus of Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO and Downtown Brooklyn and located at 120 Nassau Street, The Amberly is uniquely positioned to maximize views in every direction. Offering 270 apartments, ranging from studios to three-bedroom rentals with select units providing private outdoor space, the building is comprised of a striking glass and terra-cotta facade designed by international architecture firm Woods Bagot, their first ever tower in the U.S.
Furnished by celebrated designer Dan Mazzarini and his team at BHDM Design, The Overlook is open to all residents of the building and features spacious areas for co-working or hanging out with friends and family. Additional amenities at The Amberly include a spacious ninth-floor lounge with a wraparound sundeck, landscaped terrace, grills and space for al fresco dining, as well as a co-working space, a multi-zone fitness center with Peloton bike systems and secure bike storage.
The Amberly also features a 24-hour concierge, a private driveway for drop-offs and pick-ups, and on-site valet parking with direct tower access. Residents can also take advantage of the beautifully landscaped 10,000 square foot plaza just outside the lobby, offering prime green space to the neighborhood and entire Brooklyn community. Source and images Courtesy of M18 Public Relations.