Brooklyn Is Your Front Yard – Serenity Is Your Backyard

This is Pacific Park

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  • ENJOY


    Stretch, run, relax, play. Find it in your 8-acre backyard, a new park by Thomas Balsley.

  • LIVE


    From luxe condos to sublime rentals, plus affordable units. Truly a place for everyone.

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  • GROW


    Open space for little ones at the center of it all, with a brand new school.

  • SHOP


    Suit your great taste with Brooklyn’s best shopping and dining—all right outside your door.

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  • CONNECT


    12 lines, all in the neighborhood. For breezy commutes and easy adventures, in New York and out.

  • THRIVE


    Stay healthy and strong with a new state-of-the-art healthcare facility.

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Take an immersive look at 550 Vanderbilt and Pacific Park using the latest in Virtual Reality technology from VUW Studios. Experience this extraordinary new Brooklyn community without leaving home!

Distinctive homes. Big backyard. Everyone’s welcome.

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550 Vanderbilt

Meticulously crafted by COOKFOX, 550 Vanderbilt revitalizes everyday living with contemporary ease. Inspired by the architecture of the neighborhood, the building’s solid masonry references the borough’s past while large windows provide a view on its bustling future. For information about this condominium building and availability, visit 550vanderbilt.com.

535 Carlton

Designed by COOKFOX, this 18 story residence brings 298 affordable homes to low-, moderate- and middle-income New Yorkers. Rooftop farming, outdoor amenities, and living space will support a thriving community.  535 Carlton is now open. Please visit 535carlton.com  for more information.

38 Sixth Avenue

Light, pattern, and texture play across the gleaming façade of SHoP Architect’s 23-story Sixth Avenue rental. A traditional covered entrance will provide comfortable access to the 300 residences, affordable to low-, moderate-, and middle-income New Yorkers. Visit www.38sixth.com for information.

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Construction Commencing 2019
18 Sixth Avenue

18 Sixth Avenue

A new pinnacle of living is coming soon to Pacific Park’s gateway to Atlantic Avenue and Barclays Center. Conceived by world-renowned Perkins Eastman, 18 Sixth will stand over 500 feet tall taking in views to all directions. Offering over 800 residential units with unique amenities throughout the building offering residents unparalleled activities and creature comforts.

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Construction Commenced 2019
664 Pacific

664 Pacific

Jointly developed with the Brodsky Organization, and designed by Marvel Architects, 664 Pacific is an important intersection of civic and residential Brooklyn. The 300-plus unit luxury building will house a public middle school at its base and a gym, indoor and outdoor resident lounges, and a children’s playroom.

461 Dean

Developed by Forest City Ratner Companies, 461 Dean is the tallest modular building in the world—just one way Pacific Park is making history. This 32-story tower designed by SHoP Architects will be a boon to the neighborhood with 4,000 square feet of retail at its base and half of the 363 residences designated affordable. For information about this building and availability, visit 461dean.com.

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There’s a new center of it all in Brooklyn

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There’s a new center of it all in Brooklyn. Situated between Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights, and Park Slope, Pacific Park Brooklyn links “old Brooklyn” to “new Brooklyn,” connecting everyone in between.

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  • RESTAURANT
  • BAR
  • CAFÉ / BAKERY
  • TRANSIT
  • CULTURAL ATTRACTION
  • PARK
  • GROCERY
  • PACIFIC PARK BROOKLYN

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You can reach the Pacific Park Brooklyn Community Liaison Office at 866-923-5315 or by email at communityliaison@pacificparkbrooklyn.com.

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18 Sixth Ave
Pacific Park After well over a decade of planning, the megaproject formerly known as Atlantic Yards has made some progress. The 22-acre Pacific Park will soon see the rise of its tallest building, a 500-foot plus rental tower at 18 Sixth Avenue (or B4, for those who closely follow the project.) The tower, originally planned[...]

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535Carlton-1 Front Gate
There were simply too many ceramists in Brooklyn for Bklyn Clay’s original location, a 2,500-square-foot storefront in South Slope, which opened in 2016 before half the borough developed strong opinions on using, say, wet versus dry glaze. So owner Jennifer Waverek closed up shop and signed a ten-year lease for a Prospect Heights spot that’s[...]

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