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nice, this will partially block that hideous postmodern crap that is one pierrepont.
One Pierrepont reminds me of one of those typical 80's office towers bordering some highway in the suburbs.

Honorable mention to the Hess Tower along the turnpike in NJ. Terrible little tower.
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12 Zoning Characteristics
District(s): C6-4 - GENERAL CENTRAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT
Overlay(s):
Special District(s): DB - DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN
Map No.: 12d Street legal width (ft.): Street status: Public Private
Zoning lot includes the following tax lots: Not Provided
13 Building Characteristics

Existing 2014/2008 Code Designations?
Occupancy Classification: R-2 - RESIDENTIAL: APARTMENT HOUSES Yes No
Construction Classification: I-A: 3 HOUR PROTECTED - NON-COMBUST Yes No
Multiple Dwelling Classification: HAEA
Building Height (ft.): 409
Building Stories: 36
Dwelling Units: 134



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1 Location Information (Filed At)
House No(s): 1 Street Name: CLINTON STREET
Borough: Brooklyn Block: 239 Lot: 16 BIN: 3421378 CB No: 302
Work on Floor(s): SC1,SC2,CEL,MEZ,ROF 001 thru 036 Apt/Condo No(s): Zip Code: 11201

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NEW YORK | 280 Cadman Plaza West | 409 FT | 36 FLOORS



Also note that it comes up as 1 Clinton Street on the DOB, NOT 280 Cadman Plaza West.
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Sales launch at Brooklyn Heights library-replacing condo tower, from $1.1M





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Nearly four years after the Brooklyn Public Library announced the sale of its Brooklyn Heights branch, sales have started at the 38-story condo building that replaced it. The Hudson Companies, the developer who bought the site in 2015 for $52 million, launched on Tuesday sales for 133 one- to five-bedroom residences at One Clinton, ranging in price from $1.088 million to roughly $5.26 million for a four bedroom. Five-bedroom and penthouse pricing will be released in the coming months.
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One Clinton, which has entrances at 280 Cadman Plaza West and 1 Clinton Street, was designed by Marvel Architects, who gave the 409-foot-tall tower a Flatiron building-inspired shape.

“While the building is quickly being nicknamed the new Flatiron, we are most proud of the connection and energy it will bring to the neighborhood,” Jonathan Marvel, the founding principal of Marvel Architects, said in a press release. “Brooklyn Heights is perhaps the most extraordinary neighborhood to raise a family in, and it’s where I was lucky enough to raise mine.”


























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Yet another tower that LOVES to take in views.... but its boxy design gives NOTHING to look at in return.
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I think this will be a handsome tower. The window grouping, sizing and dark metal finishes will be enough interest when contrasted with the stone cladding. I think the flatiron shape also saves it from total banality. I would definitely make an appointment at the sales office were I in the market, couldn't imagine a better location, steps from a reinvigorated downtown, but also steps from the quiet, leafy enclave of Brooklyn Heights and the fabulous new park. I'm getting pretty jealous over here in the Slope!!!
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I'm also guessing the placement of the building on what is basically Brooklyn's "courthouse square" had a lot to do with its classical, dignified design, taking obvious cues from Perkins Eastman's Supreme & Family Courthouse across the way.

Now if we could just get a total redo of the Po-Mo montrosity next door that is 300 Cadman, it looks even worse now that it stands next to a restrained, upscale tower.
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Now if we could just get a total redo of the Po-Mo montrosity next door that is 300 Cadman, it looks even worse now that it stands next to a restrained, upscale tower.
Always thought the same. That's got to be one of the most offensive large buildings in the entire city.
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One Clinton Officially Launches Sales In Brooklyn Heights

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Located across from Cadman Plaza Park, One Clinton has officially launched sales of its 133 residences. Developed by The Hudson Companies Inc., the Marvel Architects-designed tower is being marketed by the Cornell Marshall Team from the Corcoran Group, with the sales gallery located at 157 Remsen Street. The imminently 38-story tower is set to be completed next year.

David Kramer, President of The Hudson Companies Inc. had this to say about One Clinton:

“We began work five years ago and our focus has never changed: to develop a great condominium in Brooklyn’s best location. A building with this level of amenities, views and convenience simply doesn’t exist in Brooklyn today.”

Jonathan Marvel, the Founding Principal of Marvel Architects, added:

“While the building is quickly being nicknamed the new Flatiron, we are most proud of the connection and energy it will bring to the neighborhood. There is a sense of community there unlike any other place in New York,” said . “Brooklyn Heights is perhaps the most extraordinary neighborhood to raise a family in, and it’s where I was lucky enough to raise mine.”

Residents will first enter the building under the bronze canopy, and will walk into a double-height lobby. Stepping on gray limestone and walking past polished venetian plaster with bronze and white-washed oak atrium, a large custom Gabriel Scott Welles alabaster glass and brass chandelier with decorative light fixtures from Allied Maker and Rich, Brilliant, Willing, hang above all who pass through the main doors.

The residential interiors are designed by Studio DB, and pricing will begin at $1,088,000 for one bedrooms, $1,985,000 for two bedrooms, $3,195,000 for three bedrooms, and $5,258,000 for four bedrooms spreads. Pricing for the five-bedroom units and penthouses will be announced in the new few months. Entryways will feature black travertine, with 9′-10″ ceilings that are necessary for fitting each of the oversized picture windows. Living areas will feature 7-inch solid white oak panel floors. Each unit will have a washer and dryer, Verizon FIOS-ready telephone and internet with CAT6 ethernet wiring, and multi-zoned heating and cooling systems.

Powder rooms will have herringbone-patterned Shagreen ceramic wall tiles, Balsatina floor tiling, bleached white oak wood molding, Wallace Creek brushed marble custom vanity tops, Egg Collective mirrors with brass frames, and Rohl wall-mounted brass faucets. Some units will come with an additional soaking tub measuring 65 inches. Some also exclusively include marble vanities with white penny floor tiles and Rohl Lombardia polished Nickel plumbing fixtures.

Amenities will include a 24-hour attended lobby with a resident manager, a 26th floor lounge with double-height ceilings, an entertaining kitchen, and a bar. There will also be a fitness center with a yoga studio, and a sauna and hot tub that open up to a landscaped outdoor terrace complete with lounges and grilling stations. Both of those options will be located next to each other on the third floor.
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Remsen you say? I guess I'll have to trundle over there for a look-see. I wonder how much mortgage I'd qualify for these days
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