Downtown Brooklyn is the fastest growing downtown area in America. The neighborhood is home to the Barclays Center and the Brooklyn Nets and also features a rich cultural district; BAM, Brooklyn Academy of Music, is a popular destination that is located in the heart of the Brooklyn cultural district. Brooklyn is flourishing, and recognized in local and national publications as one of the most desirable places to live in both in New York City and the throughout country. Boutique shopping, local dining, parks and entertainment can be discovered in all directions. Downtown Brooklyn is the only neighborhood in Brooklyn that offers the 24/7 activity found in Manhattan.
These studio apartments at City Point, One offers an unparalleled living experience in the heart of Brooklyn. As part of Phase II of City Point, the apartments conveniently sits above CityTarget, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Century 21, and a collection of unique food purveyors. Apartments include sprawling views of Manhattan and Brooklyn, with the accessibility of 10 subway lines including the Dekalb Avenue Station on-site, assure an easy commute to all parts of New York City.
A unique collection of Studio and 1 Bedroom units, Each unit boast luxury finishes, extraordinary views, and spacious layouts. The building includes an extensive array of amenities, including a roof top terrace. Choosing to live at City Point, One is an opportunity to be a part of the most prominent development in Downtown Brooklyn – one of the fastest –growing neighborhoods in the country.
Distinctive contemporary furnishings
Fully equipped kitchen
Plush bedroom and bath linens
Luxury bath amenities by L'Occitane
40” Smart TVs
Bluetooth compatible audio system
Wireless High Speed Internet
Basic cable service
Unlimited local telephone service
Bi-weekly housekeeping services
24 hour customer service
White quartz countertops
Oak plank flooring
The largest food, shopping and entertainment destination in the borough, City Point takes the spirit of Brooklyn to new heights. As far as we’re concerned, you don’t have to be from Brooklyn to be BKLYN BORN.