YIMBY has exclusive new photographs of the interiors and skyline views from 341 39th Street, a newly renovated commercial building in the Sunset Park development of Sunset Yards. The 200,000-square-foot mixed-use building contains ground-floor retail space, tenant amenities, and large-scale murals by Brooklyn-based artist Mike Perry, called Park Sunset. Madison Realty Capital is the developer of the site.
Recent photographs taken by Jakob Dahlin show the unobstructed views afforded by the 11-story structure, which is among the tallest structures in the neighborhood.
Views from the top of the building show a 360-degree panorama of Brooklyn, Lower Manhattan, Jersey City, the Statue of Liberty, and the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.
The structure’s former loading dock will function as an amenity space and provide parking for a rotating cast of food trucks during workdays. The area will also feature bicycle storage for office workers. Surrounding the ramps and the first-floor communal spaces are Mike Perry’s colorful works of art, which aim to capture the growing movement and energy of the neighborhood and New York City.
The closest subways are the D, N, and R trains at the 36th Street subway station. Sunset Park’s branch of the Brooklyn Public Library at 4201 Fourth Avenue sits three streets to the south. A variety of markets, retail stores, and places to eat can be found on the other side of the Gowanus Expressway at Industry City.