Designed to connect modern residences with the Fort Greene community, 300 Ashland is centrally located at a unique triangular intersection in the heart of the Brooklyn Cultural District.
From the public plaza and the cultural programming at the base level, all the way up to the vast green rooftop terrace curated by the same designers of The High Line, 300 Ashland offers an entirely unconventional yet completely familiar destination for modern living in Brooklyn. The luxurious apartments include panoramic views and high-end finishes. Residents enjoy a full-floor amenity suite featuring a resident lounge, 24-hour fitness center and a roof terrace with a sundeck and outdoor seating. The building designed by Enrique Norten will also be home to 4 BAM Cinema theaters and a branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. All just steps away from 11 different subway lines, this building is truly unlike anything, in the middle of everything.
Every room in every unit features expansive windows with panoramic city views that fill every corner with natural light, and include pre-installed solar shades. White oak hardwood floors, Corian window sills, and Caesarstone and stainless steel countertops complement Bosch kitchen appliances and Grohe bathroom fixtures. Energy Star rated appliances and LED lighting help make your home more eco-friendly. Every unit includes built-in washer/dryer units, in-sink garbage disposals and keyless electronic apartment entry.
Fort Greene is a vibrant community with incredible history and beauty. The 30-acre, Olmstead designed, Fort Greene Park boasts running paths with rolling hills, tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds and open areas to barbeque or let dogs run. The tree-lined streets feature well-preserved 19th-century architecture, stately brownstones, and destination-worthy food, drinks, shopping, and iconic institutions. BAM Cinemas, Barclays Center, and the Mark Morris Dance Center offer a vast array of cultural events and entertainment right at your doorstep.