Completed by Hill West Architects in early 2024, Olympia Dumbo contains luxury apartments and a host of amenity spaces across 33 storeys.Olympia Dumbo doubles down on Brooklyn’s priciest contracts
Olympia Dumbo once again claimed the priciest spot atop Brooklyn’s luxury contracts.
A condo at Fortis Property Group’s 30 Front Street last asking $7.3 million was the most
expensive home in the borough to snag a signed contract last week, according to
Compass’ weekly report.
Local studio Hill West Architects has completed the sail-shaped Olympia Dumbo
residential skyscraper in Brooklyn, which has a design informed by the industrial
heritage of the borough.
The second most expensive home to enter into contract was a unit at Fortis Property
Group’s Olympia Dumbo condo asking $5 million. The unit spans 2,200 square feet
and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Several wellness-obsessed urban developments have already opened. Many are in New York, such as Olympia DUMBO in Brooklyn, which has a tennis court on its terrace, two swimming pools, yoga and fitness studios and a two-lane bowling alley.Tour: Olympia Dumbo at 60 Front Street
Construction has wrapped up at Fortis Property Group’s residential condo tower
Olympia at 30 Front Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Designed by Hill West Architects, the
33-story tower’s massing resembles a sail and sits on a triangular shaped site.
In luxury condominium developments, health amenities continue to rival the highestend
gyms and spas. Affluent buyers have spoken: They want private spaces within
sprawling wellness floors to reach their personal bests, then actively recover in a
Those who blamed higher-than-normal interest rates for the troubles of the residential
market in 2023—sluggish sales, reduced inventory, big discounts—might have
something to cheer about as the year comes to an end.
Olympia DUMBO, a best-selling luxury development in the sought-after neighborhood of DUMBO Brooklyn, features 76 residences and 38,000 sq ft of indoor and outdoor amenities.Brooklyn’s luxury market rebounds from Thanksgiving dip
Unit 26B at Fortis’ Olympia Dumbo, last asking $6.5 million, was the second most
expensive home to enter contract. The 2,700-square-foot condo, built in 2021, has
three bedrooms and three bathrooms.