25 YEAR 421-A TAX ABATEMENT AND IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
550 Vanderbilt is the first residential building to open in Pacific Park Brooklyn, the revolutionary new Frank Gehry designed 22-acre project coming to Prospect Heights. Through the masterful vision of COOKFOX, 550 Vanderbilt offers the inaugural opportunity to live and own in New Yorks newest park. With 350,000 square feet dedicated entirely to park space, childrens play areas, open lawns, basketball courts, dog runs, and more, this is unlike any living experience New York has ever seen.
This stunning 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom residence with lofty ceilings heights of up to 10 feet has been designed using a palette of natural, organic elements with an array of sophisticated fixtures and finishes. Contemporary open layouts are complimented by wide-plank white-washed oak floors that seamlessly flow from room to room along with oversized windows that capture the gorgeous neighborhood and city views.
The sublime kitchen offers custom grey lacquer cabinetry, lime-washed walnut accents, white Carrara marble countertops and backsplash, and a suite of fully integrated Miele appliances. Additionally, there is a washer/dryer and central climate control system in every unit.
Residents will enjoy ...
Prospect Heights is a colorful and diverse neighborhood anchored by multiple cultural institutions: Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Barclay’s Center, Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, and the gorgeous central branch of the Brooklyn Library.
Turn down any side street, however, and you’ll find gorgeous old brownstones, stately coops, and new developments on quiet, tree-lined streets. The commercial venues of Vanderbilt and Washington Avenues offer a myriad of restaurants, mom-and-pop shops, craft cocktail bars, cafes, and boutiques with a distinctly “come as you are” Brooklyn attitude. Hot spots include: Faun, Tom’s, White Tiger, Unnameable Books, Chuko, Olmsted, Bearded Lady, and The Islands.