The highest infinity pool within the Western Hemisphere is going to be built on the rooftop of an under-construction 68-story luxury condominium in Downtown Brooklyn. Extell Development, the very same firm which sold the most expensive penthouse in New York City at One57, for a incredible $100 million, is teasing yet again with another incredible project.
The infinity pool at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore is regarded as the longest and highest swimming pool in the world. Having a length of 146 meters, it is not only well suited for long-distance swimmers, but in addition enables amazing views from a height of 191 meters. At a height of 207 meters above the ground, the new infinity pool will before long claim the title of the tallest residential infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere.
Renderings have already been disclosed for the rooftop recreation terrace on top of Brooklyn Point, located at 138 Willoughby Street, in Downtown Brooklyn. New York-based firm Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects has designed the rooftop retreat. Swimmers can look over the East River to Downtown and Midtown Manhattan. The rooftop amenities for occupants will also include a wooden deck for sunbathing and an observatory for stargazing, a cinema for outdoor film screenings, changing rooms and showers.
The 68-story residential building has been designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox. This is the last phase of the City Point Development. The residential tower is going to have 458-units inside with studios anticipated to begin at $840,000 and prices climbing all the way up to $4 million for three-bedroom apartments.
Katherine Newman Design will be in charge of the interiors of the residences. Tenants will have access to 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor lifestyle amenities throughout the building, including the rooftop terrace.