Brooklyn Heights rental The Pierrepont debuts penthouse collection
Nearly a year after leasing launched at The Pierrepont, the mixed-use Brooklyn Heights rental has debuted a collection of eight full-floor penthouse residences with private corridors and dedicated storage. By virtue of their location near the top of the dapper two-tower development designed by Marvel Architects, the expansive windows fill the homes with abundant natural light and sweeping views of the East River and iconic Manhattan skyline. Spacious islands in the thoughtfully laid out kitchens allow for generous storage and prep space, and four-fixture master baths are outfitted with luxuries like walk-in showers and double vanities.
Like all units at The Pierrepont, the penthouses’ interiors feature hardwood floors, high-end finishes, and energy-efficient climate control. In kitchens, there are top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, stone countertops and ceramic tile backslashes. Each unit comes with a washer/dryer, and select homes have private outdoor space.
The Pierrepont’s residents are welcomed home with a contemporary entrance marquee, glass-enclosed Zen garden, and stylish, 24-hour attended lobby. A resident manager is on-site to keep things running smoothly, and amenities are spread throughout the building. The lower level houses an entertainment lounge, a dining room and catering kitchen, a pet spa, a bike room, and a fully equipped fitness center with a yoga/training studio and meditation room. Between the courtyard with Ping-Pong tables and the children’s indoor/outdoor play area, home to carefully curated music, art, and yoga programming, The Pierrepont’s second floor is for fun. A rooftop terrace with barbecue grills looks out on sweeping city and river views.
An affordable lottery for 23 units took place last winter, and market-rate units are approximately 80 percent leased. Remaining availabilities range from $4,707/month for one-bedrooms to $14,571/month for a three-bedroom. Moreover, one of the penthouses is on the market for $17,900/month, making it one of the most expensive Brooklyn rentals on the market. The Pierrepont took shape in a bustling section of Brooklyn. About a mile away, its developer Jonathan Rose Companies was also at the helm of recently constructed Downtown Brooklyn rental Caesura. The nearby, newly constructed 19-story rental at 153 Remsen Street launched its 60-unit collection in 2017, and its few available listings start at $5,844/month for a two-bedroom. On the condo side, the limestone facade is nearly finished at the Flatiron-esque One Clinton, located just around the corner. Its listings start at $1.985 million for a two-bedroom. Read more about the property on CityRealty or visit The Pierrepont’s official website.