Arbor Eighteen is our new, 11-story, full-service, amenity-rich boutique condominium that is bringing luxury living to the district between South Slope and Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn at 185 18th Street. Upon completion, our residents will enjoy top-notch amenities, like three distinct and incredibly unique outdoor spaces, a state-of-the-art fitness center, an infrared sauna, a meditation room, onsite parking and much more. The building's 73 residences range from studio to three-bedrooms, and all interiors were designed by the renowned Paris Forino.
Five Six One Pacific in Boerum Hill holds a secret. Beyond the Japanese-inspired wooden slat screen entryway, the sophisticated interiors of this ODA project unfold, to reveal exquisite design—with warm woods, lush greenery and sleek stone artfully combining to enchant the senses.
Three floors of amenities encourage residents to relax, socialize and unwind. The day-lit fitness center, children’s playroom and residents’ lounge open onto a tranquil, light-filled inner courtyard.
Each of Five Six One Pacific’s spacious residences features oversized windows and bespoke fixtures and finishes. Private terraces celebrate the natural world, while a spacious roof deck with unobstructed views invites residents to enjoy the beautiful brownstone neighborhood and nearby BAM Cultural District from above.
THE BROOKLYN GROVE
In the heart of Downtown Brooklyn and yet tucked away from it all, The Brooklyn Grove offers 184 light-filled residences illuminated by distinctive stones and burnished metals, and complemented by innovative aquatic, fitness and entertaining spaces that create a brilliant dual-level amenity area for residents to enjoy. Designed by ODA New York, The Brooklyn Grove is located at 10 Nevins Street, at the nexus of Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, and Brooklyn Heights and offers studio through three-bedroom residences,
Home is where the art is. GALERIE, designed by ODA with interiors by Paris Forino Interior Design, sits directly across from MoMA PS1 at 22-18 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City and marks Adam America’s first project in Queens. The 11-story, 182-residence building will feature a striking façade of concrete, brick and glass along with three unique architectural glazing styles punched, curtain wall and window wall – creating artful living and diversity both in its exterior architecture and in its residential experience inside.
GALERIE will feature a curated art program for residents and the community through its ArtBox, a permanent street-level rotating art exhibit at the sales gallery and, when complete, the building. Additional amenities include a private, off-street porte cochere entrance; art-filled lobby attended 24/7; full-size indoor pool opening onto a landscaped central courtyard; fitness center and movement studio; library with books selected from the MoMA PS1 bookstore; lounge; party room; children's playroom; pet spa; stroller storage; secure bike storage; and expansive rooftop terrace. Select enclosed parking spaces and rooftop cabanas are available for purchase.
308 N 7
308 N7 is more than a beautiful building. It’s a visual tribute to the ways that traditional and modern designs can reference and inspire each other.
Look closely at the inviting herringbone brick pattern façade and you will see and sense layers: of history, of heritage and of luxury.
The unique design, by Isaac & Stern with interiors by Paris Forino Interior Design, will offer one, two and three bedroom residences with an extensive
rooftop amenity experience.
With amazing galleries and restaurants, parks, boutiques, live music, and street art, there’s never a shortage of activities or inspiration in Williamsburg, from family fare to grown up fun, from the sophisticated to the surreal. 308 N7 is at the center of it all. A 15-year tax abasement is anticipated.