The 11 Hoyt Sales Gallery is now open for virtual as well as in-person appointments with new health and safety protocols. Please contact the sales team for a virtual first appointment and follow-up appointments at our Sales Gallery.Tishman Speyer’s 11 Hoyt sets Brooklyn’s new standard for architecture and design. The graceful 57-story tower, offering studio to four-bedroom luxury residences and more than 55,000 sq ft of unrivaled indoor and outdoor amenities, is an extraordinary work of architecture and design.
A true collaboration among three celebrated world-class firms-architecture by Jeanne Gang’s Studio Gang, interiors by Michaelis Boyd Associates, and landscape architecture by Hollander Design-11 Hoyt is a visionary building that looks to the future while drawing inspiration from Brooklyn’s rich architectural history and creative spirit. Residence 21C is a spacious three-bedroom, two-bathroom corner residence features an open layout complemented by city views to the north and east. A formal entry foyer leads into an open plan living/dining room outfitted in 11 Hoyt’s Heritage palate, reminiscent of Brooklyn’s industrial rich industrial past. Sophisticated and richly hued, the island kitchen offers dark-stained oak floors, grey satin-lacquer custom cabinets with blackened steel accents and honed Italian lava stone countertops and backsplash.
The kitchen finishes are complemented by a premium Bosch appliance package that includes a built-in refrigerator and dishwasher, vented stovetop exhaust fan and gas cooktop, wine cooler and double oven.The master suite features a large walk-in closets and an elegant master bathroom that features a large walk-in shower, bespoke dark-stained double oak vanity with oil-rubbed bronze frame and plumbing fixtures, Italian white Calacatta marble floor, and crackle-glazed ceramic wall tiles in a soothing sage green hue.The second bathroom features cool white glazed ceramic wall tiles, Italian white Calacatta marble floors, and a custom dark-stained oak vanities with oil-rubbed bronze fixtures.This home also includes a Bosch Washer & Dryer, WiFi-enabled smart thermostats, USB outlets in select locations, and Latch smart entry door locks. Kitchen and bathroom layouts may vary. Image represents finishes only.
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