City Tower

Interiors, Residences
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Brooklyn, NY
City Tower - planted terrace
The massing of the tower was arranged to allow and expansive rooftop garden terrace.
City Tower - lobby
The lobby creates a feeling of a refuge as residents step off of Flatbush Ave with softened light and natural materials.
City Tower - lounge
The resident lounge is finished with natural materials and Brooklyn-crafted furnishings and finishes.
City Tower - lounge detail
The soft textures and acoustic dampening of the finishes creates a sense of refuge.
City Tower - gym
The daylit gym opens onto the garden terrace.
City Tower - bike room
Bicycle Room at the 18th Floor.
City Tower - apartment interior
A residential kitchen with cabinetry details inspired by furniture construction.
City Tower - terrace
The terrace at the 43rd floor.
City Tower - tower view
The terracotta facade recalls the historic terracotta architectural details of downtown Brooklyn.
City Tower at sunset
Interiors, Residences
Brooklyn, NY
City Tower - planted terrace
The massing of the tower was arranged to allow and expansive rooftop garden terrace.
City Tower - lobby
The lobby creates a feeling of a refuge as residents step off of Flatbush Ave with softened light and natural materials.
City Tower - lounge
The resident lounge is finished with natural materials and Brooklyn-crafted furnishings and finishes.
City Tower
The soft textures and acoustic dampening of the finishes creates a sense of refuge.
City Tower - gym
The daylit gym opens onto the garden terrace.
City Tower - bike storage
Bicycle Room at the 18th Floor.
City Tower - apartment interior
A residential kitchen with cabinetry details inspired by furniture construction.
City Tower - terrace
The terrace at the 43rd floor.
City Tower - view
City Tower at sunset
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City Tower rises from the City Point development, a 1.6 million square foot complex of retail, office, entertainment and high-rise residential buildings in Downtown Brooklyn. Located on one of Brooklyn’s busiest streets, City Tower’s interior design is rooted in the borough’s culture and history, and designed as a peaceful refuge. The interior is inspired by Brooklyn’s design community through specification of unique materials and pieces from local artisans. Each public space incorporates warm, natural materials, such as stone, rapidly-renewable materials and wood reclaimed from the Hudson Valley, biomorphic patterns, and materials that patina over time.

Located on one of Brooklyn’s busiest streets, City Tower’s interior design is rooted in the borough's culture and history.
City Tower terrace
The garden terrace is design for social interaction and connection with nature, and includes garden space for edible plants.

Essential to the design vision was connecting residents with nature and natural patterns in order to support health and wellness. On the high-density urban site, the tower is oriented to allow as much open space as possible in form of a large roof garden and recreation space created above the retail base. The lounge, gym, garden and other amenities were designed as an extension of the residences above, and programmed to support leisure, work and social activities.

Natural materials and low- to non-VOC paints, adhesives, sealants and coatings create a healthy indoor atmosphere. Sustainability measures such as high efficiency plumbing fixtures, carefully selected building systems, and a high-performance terracotta curtain wall, allow the tower to achieve 20% energy cost savings beyond code. For its sustainability strategies, City Tower attained LEED Silver certification.