Conceptualized by acclaimed architectural firm Ismael Leyva Architects, 66 Rockwell—a unique glass high-rise set to emerge in Brooklyn—will offer 326 rental residences spread across 337,000 square feet.
Located at 29 Flatbush Avenue, the building is smack dab in the middle of the bustling downtown neighborhood, and is right by the ever popular Fort Greene Park.
The 42-story building will provide its residents with a variety of amenities, including a fitness hub offering Bikram yoga; a library; a country kitchen for events; a sports bar; a game room; golf simulator spaces; a terrace equipped with a large-screen movie projector; barbecue stations poised on a wooden deck; a bike room; and a 135-parking garage.
Perhaps the sweetest feature of them all, however, is the building’s phenomenal Sky Lounge, which will occupy the structure’s entire top floor and boasts a bar, a fireplace, and numerous outdoor cabanas.
“Featuring a sophisticated, translucent double-height lobby and an expansive rooftop lounge illuminated from within, 66 Rockwell will shimmer in the likeness of a jewel box, complete with a glistening, angular shaped exterior and will be a complementary addition to the redevelopment of Flatbush extension,” said Ismael Leyva, president of Ismael Leyva Architects.
For more information about the new development, visit its official website.