The first Brooklyn building from award-winning Luca Andrisani Architects, the eight-story, 126-unit modern residence offers a lifestyle of grace, vibrancy, and ease. The 24-hour attended lobby, offering cold storage, provides security and convenience. For the days when venturing out for a loop around the park isn’t feasible, a fully-equipped gym takes care of daily fitness quotas; there is also a space for private exercise classes. An on-site garage ensures consistent access to parking. The pet-friendly building has a pet spa for those who want to pamper their beloved animal. As Brooklyn is the freelance hub of New York City, residents, especially those who are self-employed, benefit from a work-from-home office center, especially useful for those deadline-sensitive tasks.
Apartments are spacious, perfect for entertaining, and when the crowd gets too large, a media room and lounge supplements residents’ hosting needs. A playroom gives back-up kid-friendly options. Cycling enthusiasts can store their bikes on site. To maintain a streamlined aesthetic in the apartment, private storage is available for extra outdoor gear or other types of apartment overflow.
What truly distinguishes Kestrel from its brownstone Brooklyn neighbors, though, is the seamless merging of indoor and outdoor spaces. Most residences—studios, one-, two- and three- bedrooms— have private outdoor terraces, some of which overlook lush Prospect Park. A landscaped rooftop provides grilling areas, private cabanas and an expansive treetop vista, with additional green space accessible via a private courtyard, situated behind the airy lobby.