The Brooklyn Tower is a supertall mixed-use, primarily residential skyscraper in the Downtown Brooklyn neighborhood of New York City. Developed by JDS Development Group, it is situated on the north side of DeKalb Avenue near Flatbush Avenue. The main portion of the skyscraper is a 93-story, 1,073-foot (327 m) residential structure designed by SHoP Architects. Preserved at the skyscraper’s base is the Dime Savings Bank Building, designed by Mowbray and Uffinger, which dates to the 1900s.
Benefitting from the transcendent city and water views, 150 condominium residences of Brooklyn Tower start on the 53rd floor and range from studios to four-bedroom layouts. Each residence is honed by AD 100 interior design firm Gachot Studios which aspired to create a refined aesthetic that is full of warmth and welcome. A tranquil interior experience is achieved through richly layered finishes and custom design elements such as hexagonal mosaic flooring, antique-rubbed bronze detailing, and rich mahogany. All residences feature soaring ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling windows, and European white oak flooring in an elegant honey stain.