On August 8th, we kicked off the opening of one of Williamsburg’s latest luxury residential buildings with a rooftop party. With a stunning view of the East River, 321 Wythe’s rooftop deck was an idyllic place to watch the sunset, sip drinks from Highland Park Whiskey, and head bop to local DJ Victorien.
The 19-story building is one piece of a larger waterfront redevelopment, and its black and white facade eases into the neighborhood’s evolving aesthetic. The building overlooks the Manhattan skyline and the newly opened Domino Park (located next to the still-standing historic sugar factory of the same name). This blend of old and new embodies the area’s ongoing reinvention.
“The unique part about New York City is that anywhere you go — Domino [Park], coffee shops, you meet people you can ideate with,” said Nooklyn CFO Moiz Malik. Several already-leased apartments will be home to artists, writers, and freelancers. This sense of community and creativity is always at the forefront of Malik’s mind: “The most valuable thing about these neighborhoods is thinking about them as a platform to connect people.”
The building is open for leasing now and offers units ranging from studios to three bedrooms, as well as amenities like a parking garage and fitness center. It’s worth checking out—even if just to catch the gorgeous views.
Check out some photos of the building below!
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All photos by Nicholas Doyle.