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Top Floors of of BK's Tallest Luxury Skyscraper Have Finally Hit The Market

Brooklyn’s tallest office tower unveils never-before-seen 360-degree skyline views

The top floors of Brooklyn’s tallest office tower, 1 Willoughby Square (1WSQ), have hit the market. JEMB Realty announced that the Class A building has now brought its much-anticipated top floors to market. 1WSQ has leased more than 120,000-square-feet to date, with several new tenants relocating from Manhattan. 

Rising 35 stories above Downtown Brooklyn at 235 Duffield Street, 1WSQ was designed by architecture firm FXCollaborative. The building features luxury office space with top amenities, easy commutes and spectacular views. 

Outfitted with high-end amenities, 1WSQ features architectural elements that mitigate extreme heat or cold. The building boasts solar shading devices, as well as Passive House-certified doors that allow the property to be well-insulated, airtight and highly energy efficient.

A 250-space bicycle parking area will have direct access to Abolitionist Place as well as being located steps away from one of New York City’s most convenient transportation hubs. Commuters will have easy access to eleven subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road.

The top floors, which will offer an additional 100,000-square-feet of office space, are now available to lease for the first time. Each floor features 15,000-square-feet of raw space with column-free, light-filled floor plans and 14-foot ceilings that reveal unobstructed 360-degree views, from New York Harbor to Prospect Park.

Select floors will be able to offer opportunities for multi-level occupancy with combined 28-foot ceilings, and additional square footage will include outdoor terraces more than 500 feet above street level that overlook the soon-to-open Abolitionist Place Park, the Statue of Liberty, and the iconic Manhattan skyline.

JEMB has signed eight leases at 1WSQ, totaling more than 120,000 square feet leased since it hit the market. Tenants span the design, creative, health care, financial and non-profit sectors, including architecture firms, businesses and nonprofits. 


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