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.
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Fortis’ Olympia Dumbo returned last week to the top of Brooklyn’s luxury market. The sail-shaped tower snagged the priciest contract inked in the borough in the period, according to Compass’ weekly report on units asking $2 million or more.
In the heart of DUMBO, Brooklyn, a 33-story condominium tower is redefining luxury living with its sail-like architecture and unprecedented amenities.
The impressive amenities at Dumbo’s latest luxury tower are now complete and new photos provide a first look at the stunning spaces.
The highlight of Olympia DUMBO is its 38,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, which include New York City’s highest private outdoor tennis court. The wellness facilities are unmatched in the area, featuring indoor and outdoor pools, a state-of-the-art fitness center, sauna and steam room, movement and spin studios, and a juice bar.
DUMBO’s tallest and most expensive new residences, Olympia DUMBO, reveals their incredible amenities, including New York City’s highest private tennis court.
Hill West Architects and interiors studio Workstead have unveiled a new glimpse inside the Olympia Tower which rises along Brooklyn‘s East River waterfront in Dumbo. With its unique, sail-shaped form, the architecture sculpturally twists as it ascends above the historic neighborhood, opening out toward sweeping views of the historic waterfront and the Lower Manhattan skyline beyond.
Between its outdoor tennis court, indoor and outdoor lap pools, fitness center, spin studio, and boxing gym, Olympia has no shortage of active amenities. But recovery is equally important for athletes, and the building’s dry sauna, steam room, and spa treatment room can all help with that.
Developers try to edge out competition — and avoid clashes over water temperature — by catering to both lap swimmers and families with kids
Fortis Property Group today announced that Olympia Dumbo is now over 50% sold.
What goes into creating DUMBO’s priciest building? History, luxury, and a lot of thought, according to the partners who made it happen.
Brooklyn is currently in the midst of an unprecedented boom in development, with new buildings and infrastructure popping up across the borough at an incredible rate. Among the latest addition to the skyline is the sunning new Olympia Dumbo building, a 33-story mixed use residential tower designs by Hill West and developed by Fortis Property Group.
The new Olympia building in Dumbo was the setting for our glamorous cover shoot. Rising tall over Brooklyn, Olympia Dumbo offers 76 one- to five-bedroom residences with stunning views of the East River, New York harbor, and Manhattan skyline.
If you’re an avid consumer of culture, you’re likely used to seeing Rose Byrne everywhere.
The lofty Olympia Dumbo was designed by New York-based Hill West Architects. This 33-story residential tower rises above New York Harbor and is the tallest building in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood.
Fortis’ Olympia Dumbo is once again near the top of the borough’s contract list. Unit 21B in the sail-shaped building was the second priciest home to go into contract last week with an asking price of $5.4 million.
A teaser site and new renderings have been released for Olympia, a 26-story mixed-use residential building at 30 Front Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Developed by Fortis Property Group and designed by Hill West Architects with Workstead handling interiors, the 270-foot-tall tower will yield 76 condominium units.
A freight elevator scaled the sail-shaped, 33-story building’s precast exterior on a recent afternoon, carrying workers to place the finishing touches on its top floors.
Located in DUMBO, the 33-story structure, designed by Hill West Architects, is just the latest in the borough’s ever-evolving skyline.
It was déjà vu all over again for Brooklyn’s luxury market last week when Olympia Dumbo claimed the priciest spot among signed contracts.
According to Fortis Property Group, closings have commenced at Olympia Dumbo, the borough’s most anticipated new luxury condominium building. Located near the waterfront, Olympia is a contribution to the skyline and symbol of Dumbo’s evolution into one of the borough’s most premium neighborhoods.
At more than $2,400 per square foot, the nautically inspired Olympia sets a new high-water mark at the top end of Brooklyn’s real estate market
Fortis Property Group today announced the commencement of closings at Olympia Dumbo, Brooklyn’s most anticipated new luxury condominium building.
The Olympia, Dumbo’s current “It” building, designed by Hill West Architects and interiors by Workstead, is the only building in the neighborhood with a tennis court.
The Brooklyn-based design studio Workstead has unveiled the interiors of Olympia, a mammoth real-estate development in the heart of Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighbourhood.
Dumbo’s tallest condominium building, Olympia has just taken another borough superlative: its 4,928-square-foot penthouse recently hit the market, asking $19.5 million, which makes it the most expensive listing in Brooklyn.
A full-floor residence that’s currently being constructed at Olympia Dumbo is in contract for $17.5 million, putting it on the path to become the priciest sale on record in Brooklyn’s Dumbo.
Olympia Dumbo is back on top of Brooklyn’s luxury contracts.
The roughly 4,270-square-foot unit will span the top floor of Olympia Dumbo, a condominium set to be completed this year, according to Casey Drake of Fortis.
A penthouse in Dumbo has sold for $17,500,000, becoming the neighborhood’s priciest sale on record. The four-bedroom penthouse sits atop the new 33-story waterfront development Olympia Dumbo, which was recently crowned 6sqft’s Building of the Year.
An under-construction penthouse in Brooklyn’s Dumbo area has gone into contract for its full asking price of $17.5 million, positioning it to become the priciest sale on record in the neighborhood, according to developer Fortis Property Group.
Workstead crafted the Olympia in Dumbo, which comprises a pet spa, bowling alley, playroom, and more.
The votes have been counted. 6sqft’s 2022 Building of the Year is Olympia Dumbo, the new 33-story condo tower on the Brooklyn waterfront. The Hill West Architects-designed project sailed over the competition, receiving 779 votes, or 26.8 percent of the 2,903 total votes cast.
As DUMBO’s tallest residential building, Olympia makes a dramatic impression on both the local skyline and real estate scene. While a Brooklyn Bridge-facing terrace has an outdoor pool and hot tub (not to mention New York’s highest outdoor tennis court), an indoor pool, dry sauna, and steam room are open for residents to enjoy all year long.
Dominating the skyline, Olympia Dumbo has massive homes and a slew of amenities that make it the envy of the neighborhood. The building has a swimming pool, a hot tub, valet parking, a media room, cold storage, a roof deck, and more. The views are incredible from the resident’s private terraces, and the building itself is stunning.
Olympia Dumbo, Brooklyn’s tallest residential building, recently revealed one of its most expensive units, the $17.5 million Penthouse A. Perched on the 33rd floor, the top floor in the record-breaking development, Penthouse A proves to be the ultimate living experience in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood.
Olympia makes a bold visual statement over the adjacent Brooklyn Bridge promenade. The sunlight reflects off the sloped mechanical crown and the dense grid of gray metal panels, floor-to-ceiling windows, and glass-lined balconies.
Brooklyn’s 110 contracts in August represented a 57 percent leap from the previous month and put it back on par with pre-pandemic levels for this time of year. Regular top performer Olympia Dumbo nabbed the second-highest contract by asking price.
Olympia Dumbo grabbed two of the top three contracts, for units asking $5.4 million and $4.9 million. The development, by Fortis Property Group, has pursued record-setting prices per square foot and so far has succeeded.
Façade work is wrapping up on Olympia, a 33-story residential tower at 30 Front Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Designed by Hill West Architects and developed by Fortis Property Group, the 401-foot-tall sail-shaped structure will yield 76 condominium units in one- to five-plus-bedroom layouts with interiors by Workstead.
Among the choices for 6sqft’s 2021 Building of the Year, Olympia Dumbo was developed by Fortis Property Group and designed by Hill West Architects. The twisting tower rises along the waterfront at 30 Front Street, reaching 33 stories–the neighborhood’s tallest residential building.
Located at 30 Front Street in Brooklyn, Olympia Dumbo offers pristine river and skyline views, along with an unparalleled array of amenities that take staycations to a new level.
Once again, Olympia Dumbo led the borough’s luxury sector, reporting the most expensive contract.
A condo in Fortis’ new Olympia Dumbo development and a brownstone in Fort Greene once owned by Ernest Crichlow were the priciest Brooklyn listings to go into contract last week.
A record-breaker is on the rise. Developer Fortis Property Group’s 30 Front St. condominium in Dumbo is still under construction — but already a solid contender for the future title of Brooklyn’s priciest address.
Units at the Fortis Property Group development, where sales launched last year, have been a mainstay in Compass’ weekly report, finishing at or near the top of the weekly ranking of the borough’s priciest contracts nine times since February.
Contracts signed above $2 million have also been on an upward trajectory. Q1 2022 had 28 percent of contracts signed above $2 million; Q1 2021 saw 21 percent in this price point; and Q1 2020 had just eight percent of contracts signed above $2 million. At the high end, there were 16 contracts signed above $5 million in Brooklyn new development, including 13 at Olympia Dumbo (30 Front Street).
The 33-floor Olympia, in Brooklyn’s hip Dumbo neighborhood, offers fantastic views of New York Harbor and the lower Manhattan skyline from the highest crest in the neighborhood. The 76-unit wedge-shaped high-rise, at 30 Front Street, offers more than 38,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a swimming pool, a gym, a bike room and a children’s playroom.
Soaring high above Dumbo is Brooklyn’s newest luxury residential property, Olympia.
This nautical themed playroom at 30 Front Street brings the beach to your home. This residence boasts both a chic indoor ocean play area with a larger-than-life sea life mural, as well as an outdoor pirate ship play structure to allow for plenty of time in the sun.
The building, dubbed Olympia Dumbo, is a mainstay atop the Brooklyn luxury market. Last week marks at least the eight time a condo in the 76-unit Fortis Property Group development has landed at or near the top of the weekly contracts since the start of February.
Fortis Property Group’s 30 Front Street continues to headline Brooklyn’s luxury market. For the seventh time since the start of February, a condo at the sail-shaped tower, dubbed Olympia Dumbo, placed at or near the top of Compass’ weekly report tracking signed contracts on homes in the borough asking $2 million or more.
Created by careful hands and a thoughtful mind, Olympia is a modern interpretation of its surroundings. Towering high in the heart of historic DUMBO, Olympia offers sweeping views of the sun-drenched harbor and lower Manhattan skyline from the highest peaks nearby.
Streeteasy has released its February 2022 Real Estate Market Report, and with heightened demand and fewer listings available on the market, this spring is set to be a competitive one for prospective home buyers.
Soaring high above Dumbo is Brooklyn’s newest luxury residential property, Olympia. Inspired by the 235-year-old history of the area, Olympia was created by Hill West Architects and interior design firm Workstead. The team behind this project played off the area’s natural elements, such as the cobblestone streets and nearby water. The result? A massive, architecturally striking spectacle.
The week’s second-priciest deal was for Unit 26A at 30 Front Street in Dumbo, which was asking $7.6 million. It’s the fifth time since the start of February that 30 Front Street, home to some of the borough’s priciest homes on a per-square-foot basis, has been at or near the top of Brooklyn’s luxury housing market.
Olympia Dumbo reported 6 contracts in January, owning Marketproof’s top 3 list for the month, and gave a repeat performance this month with its 5 sponsor contracts. The Hill West-designed condominium is currently among the fastest selling projects in Brooklyn, based on sales velocity over the past three months.
The borough was buoyed by Fortis Property Group’s Olympia Dumbo, a sail-shaped luxury development that nabbed Brooklyn’s three biggest contracts of the month, let by Unit 29A, asking $12.9 million.
Rising 33 stories from the heart of historic DUMBO, Olympia will provide expansive views of the sun-drenched harbor and Manhattan skyline from the highest crest in the neighborhood. The natural minimal color palette and parallel façade patterns gently nod to the adjacent Brooklyn Bridge and reflect a sense of scale and rhythm that’s in sync with the neighborhood below.
Olympia Dumbo is the tallest residential development building in the Dumbo neighborhood and brings the sunset skyline all the way home.
The contracts keep coming at 30 Front Street. An apartment at Fortis Property Group’s ambitious condo project in Dumbo has once again topped the weekly list of priciest Brooklyn homes to go into contract.
The developers of Olympia Dumbo, the 33-story Brooklyn high-rise, have shared a first look inside the interiors of what’s poised to be the tallest (and most expensive) residential tower in the borough.
The renowned Workstead studio is responsible for the interior design. The Olympia Dumbo building houses 76 boutique, luxurious apartments and 38,000 square feet of recreational space invented by Workstead and rooted in the history of the area.
YIMBY went to check out the views from Olympia, a 33-story residential building at 30 Front Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Designed by Hill West Architects and developed by Fortis Property Group, the 401-foot-tall sail-shaped tower will yield 76 condominiums designed by Workstead.
Fortis Property Group’s Olympia Dumbo posted six contracts, three of which were Brooklyn’s most expensive contracts. The priciest was a four-bedroom last asking a little over $8 million.
Perched atop the dramatic 33-story Olympia Dumbo is Brooklyn’s current most expensive listing: the $19.5 million Penthouse B.
Move over, Manhattan. Brooklyn’s real estate market is hotter than ever. Perched atop the dramatic 33-story Olympia Dumbo is Brooklyn’s current most expensive listing: the $19.5 million Penthouse B.
With pandemic mandates shifting all the time, it is difficult to rely on your local gym for staying fit.
A $19.5 million penthouse is on Brooklyn’s real estate market as the borough’s most expensive listing.
Asking $19.5 million, this just-listed penthouse at new condo tower Olympia Dumbo is currently Brooklyn’s most expensive listing. If the five-bedroom condo at 30 Front Street fetches the asking price, it will be among the borough’s most expensive sales ever.
More than a thousand miles north, another real estate record nears breaking as a 32-floor penthouse in Brooklyn’s Olympia Dumbo tower has just listed for $19.5 million.
It doesn’t take much to experience a little apartment envy in New York and with the new penthouse at Olympia Dumbo, you can bet on it. Penthouse B at Olympia Dumbo, the tallest and most expensive condo ever built in Dumbo, was just listed for $19.5 million, making it the most expensive listing in Brooklyn right now.
The most expensive home in Brooklyn is going on the market today. High atop Olympia, a dramatic new 33-story residential building located at 30 Front Street in Dumbo, is a 4,928 square foot, five-plus bedroom, four and one-half bath penthouse with 552 square feet of outdoor space. Penthouse B is listed at $19.5 million.
The most valuable filing of the year goes to Fortis’ Olympia Dumbo Condominium at 30 & 60 Front Street in Brooklyn.
Among high-end properties helping Dumbo win global acclaim, one of the most notable is Olympia Dumbo, a 33-story condominium showcasing architecture by Hill West and interiors and amenities by interior and architecture firm Workstead. “Since the launch of sales at Olympia Dumbo, we have seen an unprecedented response from buyers interested in the prime location in the heart of Dumbo, the 38,000 square feet of amenities and the highly-designed residences with stunning views,” Heyman says.
Luxury buildings are competing for high-paying buyers, and playgrounds may be the latest wow factor. Nestled between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges along the East River, Dumbo is well known for its loft conversions and bougie vibe.
Facade installation is nearing completion 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.
He makes a visit to the Olympia in Dumbo, Brooklyn, where he hosted a big launch party for the 33-story, 76-unit luxury condominium building. He’s been working on the project for the last five years, he said, adding that the building is setting record pricing for the borough.
Olympia has arrived. Set to be the tallest and most expensive condominium in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood, the much-anticipated building will be ready for occupancy in Q3 of 2022.
The second-largest residence in a 33-story waterfront development in Brooklyn, New York’s Dumbo neighborhood hit the market on Thursday for $12.9 million. Sitting on the 29th floor of the Olympia Dumbo development, the tallest residential building in the neighborhood standing at 407 feet, the unit has 4,565 square feet of interior living space with five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.
Even as the record-breaking year for real estate is coming to a close, new residential real estate developments are still announcing new projects and sales being released. Due to scarcity and demand, the market will still appreciate at a faster-than-average rate through late 2021.
Karen Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty, is handling sales for 33-story luxury condominium tower Olympia Dumbo, along with Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of the Eklund | Gomes Team and The Novo Team, both of Douglas Elliman. “During the pandemic, buyers’ tastes shifted – green spaces, both private and public, as well as privacy for themselves and their families became a priority,” Heyman says.
Hill West Architects unveils a first look at the interiors of its ‘Olympia’ residences in DUMBO. the tower gently twists above the historic Brooklyn neighborhood to look out across the east river waterfront toward lower Manhattan. The thoughtful exteriors are occupied by 76 hand-crafted homes with interiors design by Workstead.
Sales have begun at Olympia Dumbo, the tallest residential building in the much-sought-after DUMBO neighborhood. Olympia Dumbo’s condo units are the most expensive in Brooklyn, according to online sources.
Real Estate developers are betting big bucks that Brooklyn has what it takes to become the next Manhattan in residential design and appeal. As reported by Architectural Digest, since the pandemic, the desirability of Brooklyn has soared, leading to an increase in new upscale residential developments.
As DUMBO transitioned from a quiet industrial area to an in-demand neighborhood with a pithy acronym, a major part of the transformation has been the residential conversion of warehouses and commercial buildings. Part of this is owing to protections imposed by the DUMBO and Fulton Ferry Historic Districts, and another aspect relates to the charm, history, and original architectural found in older buildings.
Sales launched at Olympia Dumbo, the tallest residential building in the sought-after Brooklyn neighborhood. The 33-story condominium tower, which features sail-like architecture by Hill West as well as interiors and amenities designed by renowned interior and architecture firm Workstead, is expected to break records if the penthouses sell for their asking prices.
Their swank new digs will not only be within the neighborhood’s tallest residential building at 33 stories, but will also boast the city’s highest tennis court, topping off at 75 feet in the air.
The curvy, twisting tower rising in Dumbo launched sales this week, with condos starting at $1.75 million. Developed by Fortis Property Group and designed by Hill West Architects, Olympia Dumbo contains 76 residences ranging from one- to five-bedroom apartments.
Move over Manhattan. When it comes to the borough where people most want to live, Brooklyn is increasingly at the top of the list. New York’s most populous and second largest borough is attracting residents—and even more so in the wake of the pandemic—who are drawn to a lifestyle that offers the best of city life along with a slice of suburbia.
A supertall skyscraper in Dumbo that we’ve all been watching rise toward the sky is finally selling units and they’re giving us serious apartment lust. Olympia Dumbo, located right around the corner from Time Out Market New York at 30 Front Street, is a 33-story condominium tower from Fortis Property Group that was designed by architecture firm Hill West and renowned interior and architecture firm Workstead.
Exterior work is progressing on Olympia, a 26-story residential building at 30 Front Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Designed by Hill West Architects and developed by Fortis Property Group with Workstead leading the interior design, the 401-foot-tall structure will yield 76 condominiums marketed by Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of the Eklund Gomes Team at Douglas Elliman and Karen Heyman at Sotheby’s.
Sales have begun at Olympia Dumbo, the tallest residential building in the much-sought-after DUMBO neighborhood. Olympia Dumbo’s condo units are the most expensive in Brooklyn, according to online sources.
A dramatically twisting 26-story tower has topped out alongside the busy Brooklyn Bridge and the BQE in Dumbo. Located at 60 Front Street, the facade has reached about midway up the slim tower that grows out of a broader base, and work is ongoing on the ground floor.
Olympia Dumbo celebrated its topping out last Tuesday (August 3rd) to become the tallest residential building in DUMBO, Brooklyn, at 401-feet and 33 stories. Developed by Fortis Property Group with architecture by Hill West and interiors by Workstead, Olympia Dumbo will feature 76 condominiums and over 38,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities.
Construction has passed the halfway mark on Olympia, a 26-story mixed-use residential building at 30 Front Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Developed by Fortis Property Group and designed by Hill West Architects with Workstead handling interiors, the 270-foot-tall structure will yield 76 condominium units. A new teaser site has also been revealed for the property, which is bound by Front Street to the north, Washington Street to the east, and York Street to the south.
As we become more acclimated to the pencil-thin supertalls near Central Park South and the glassy Goliaths of Hudson Yards, next to join an array of towers on the Brooklyn-Queens East River waterfront is Olympia, a 33-story condominium that will become the tallest building in DUMBO and a contemporary fixture on the Brooklyn skyline.
Olympia offers open and expansive views of the sun-drenched Harbor and lower Manhattan skyline from the highest crest in the neighborhood. Thoughtful exteriors by Hill West Architects and interiors by Workstead all reflect a sense of scale and rhythm…
A new luxury condominium coming to Dumbo, the small and picturesque Brooklyn neighborhood sandwiched between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, will be a dramatic new addition to the borough’s skyline.
Also rising in Dumbo is the 33-story, 76-residence Olympia by Fortis Property Group, priced from approximately $1.65 million with sales slated to launch this summer and move-ins planned for next summer.
Here’s a peek at Olympia, the 33-story residential tower now under construction at 30 Front Street in DUMBO, perfectly positioned between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges.
Fortis Property Group has released the first rendering of its new DUMBO condo development. Called Olympia, the 33-story tower will have 38,000 s/f of indoor and outdoor amenities for its 76 residences. The property will feature one to five-bedrooms, plus penthouses, starting at around $1.65 million.