Leasing Commences at The Pierrepont in Brooklyn Heights

The Pierrepont, designed by Marvel Architects.

Leasing at The Pierrepont has officially begun. The upcoming residential building is located at 146 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights, between Clinton Street and Cadman Plaza West. The mixed-use tower will have 90 boutique apartment units as well as 6,000 square feet of retail space. Designed by Marvel Architects, it is being developed by Jonathan Rose Companies, Bedrock Real Estate Partners, JD Capital USA, and Nuveen Real Estate. Interiors are being designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture.

The lobby of The Pierrepont. Interiors designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture

The property consists of dual 20-story tall towers connected by a two-story common area featuring a garden and children’s play area. Inside each building will be a collection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, all of which are within walking distance from local schools, parks, dining, and retail. Each residence will come with large windows and abundant natural lighting. Kitchens will have stainless-steel appliances, ceramic tile backsplashes, and oversized islands. A vented washing machine and dryer will be standard in all units, while some will come with private outdoor terraces.

A typical open kitchen layout with a very expansive island countertop. Interiors designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture

A large typical bathroom layout with ceramic marble tiles for the bathtub. Interiors designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture

A double vanity sink in the master bathroom. Interiors designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture

A walk-in shower with seating. Interiors designed by Fogarty Finger Architecture

The amenities are specifically designed to cater to the comfort and wellbeing of future residents in the heart of Brooklyn. These will include a fitness center, yoga and training room, meditation room, a library for quiet moments, and a private Zen garden. There will also be a private dining room, living room, children’s indoor and outdoor play areas, and a rooftop terrace along with a scattered curated collection of work created by rising American female artists.

“Our goal was to create an intimate sanctuary set within the heart of the exquisite shopping, dining, and cultural experiences offered in Brooklyn Heights,” said Jonathan F.P Rose, President of Jonathan Rose Companies. “With a green design that gives residents and neighbors peace of mind regarding their environmental footprint, well-rounded amenities to support physical and mental wellbeing, and expansive floor plans to increase comfort and ease, The Pierrepont invites residents to enjoy the benefits of Brooklyn Heights in a full-service building. Residents will have access to the neighborhood’s great schools and parks and an alternative to brownstone living.”

Steven Li of JD Capital USA also had this to say: “We were pleased to invest in such a fantastic location. Brooklyn Heights is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the city, and The Pierrepont will make a great addition.”

Aiming to become a very green and environmentally-friendly complex, The Pierrepont is expected to meet and surpass the standards of Enterprise Green Communities. Integrating historical and contemporary architectural design and technology with the consideration of energy needs, energy efficiency, the local environment, and people’s health is what this project aims to achieve in the building’s lifetime.

Carole Bloom of The Bloomstone Group commented on The Pierrepont with this remark:
“With a great deal of respect for the architecture of the neighborhood, the design reflects the deep-rooted history of Brooklyn Heights. Along with the help of Marvel Architects, we created the perfect balance of blending with the charming pre-war architecture and storied past of the neighborhood and standing out with a forward-thinking design.”

Local family-friendly places to play sports, bike, sit outside, eat, and shop include the 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Brooklyn Borough Hall Greenmarket, and the DeKalb Market Hall.

Leasing will be handled by The Bloomstone Group while move-ins are expected this spring.

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7 Comments on "Leasing Commences at The Pierrepont in Brooklyn Heights"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Wise words on my way and your way. How to say for people feel good or happy without pretending. (Thanks to Michael Young)

  2. Jack Liberman | March 2, 2019 at 12:30 pm | Reply

    20 story, but it’s looks 17 floors to me. Chelsea tower style in Downtown Brooklyn.

  3. Andrew I. Porter | March 2, 2019 at 2:11 pm | Reply

    The Bank Santander branch in the next building is moving there in the next couple of weeks. They’re closing at 195 Montague on March 15th, and officially opening the following Monday at 189 Montague.

    The hours will be 8am-6pm Monday-Friday, 9am-2pm Saturdays. There will also be a 24-hour ATM vestibule, and night deposit, plus safe deposit boxes, as there were at the old location.

  4. What is a ceramic marble tile?

  5. Ceramic marble is a fire clay tile that looks like marble. There is also porcelain tile that resembles marble and is much more durable than either ceramic or marble itself. The quality and appearance of ceramic or porcelain depends on the manufacturer – can range from cheap crap to luxe.

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