Some towers grab height; this one earns it.

Justin Davidson, New York Magazine

One of the most sensitively detailed and spectacularly expressive additions to the New York (not just Brooklyn) skyline since the Seagram building.

Justin Davidson, New York Magazine


The Landmarks Preservation Commision of New York City

Brooding, elegant, and badass.

Architect’s Newspaper

This design is interesting, exciting and respectful in the way that it tips its hat to the primacy of the landmark.

Meenakshi Srinivasan, former chair and commissioner of the Landmarks Preservation Commission of New York (LPC)

Enlightened urbanism at its best.

Frederick Bland, quoted in The New York Times

Brooklyn Bounces Back with Sky-High Living

Downtown Brooklyn is the third-largest central business in New York City and home to a robust technology and innovation sector, vibrant shopping and is proximity to more than 100 arts and cultural institutions in the Brooklyn Cultural District