Apartments in the building are renting from $2,600
One of Brooklyn’s tallest towers, The Ashland, began renting its 304 market-rate apartments in July with studios priced from $2,600. Up until this point, apartment seekers have been greeted with renderings since move-ins started on July 1. But 250 Ashland Place developer Gotham just released a slew of new model unit pictures that put the apartments’ best foot—and views—forward.
The 53-story tower designed by FXFOWLE with interiors by SPAN Architecture has 586 apartments in all. Rents for market rate apartments in the building range from $2,600 for a studio to $7,500 for a three-bedroom, with the building’s 282 below market-rate apartments starting at $801 for a studio and moving to upwards of $3,649 for a three-bedroom. Apartments come with comfortable luxury items like central air, Bosch dishwashers, and washers and dryers in two- and three-bedroom apartments.
Building amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby; bike and stroller storage; a third-floor amenity space with a gym, kids playroom, lounge, outdoor movie screening area, demo kitchen, and outdoor bar area; and a 53rd-floor terrace and lounge that includes a billiard, room, screening room, and outdoor lounge.
StreetEasy lists the building’s average price per square foot for rented apartments in the building at a whopping $4,055, with the price per square foot of available apartments teetering even higher at $4,460. Here’s what renters are getting: