New York Times — “Something New, for $1 Million”

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"Around the corner is ...11 Hoyt, a pale, cast-concrete spire from Tishman Speyer with 481 apartments. 116 studios and one-bedrooms are currently priced at $1 million or less, said Erik Rose, a Tishman managing director, although prices could increase soon. Many of those units have unusual bumped-out windows that offer a ledge on which to sit. The apartments also have lava-stone counters and Bosch appliances. 'We wanted to bring high design to Brooklyn,' Mr. Rose said. The building also has 55,000 square feet of amenities, including an indoor pool, a squash court, music rehearsal rooms, a test kitchen and an elevated park of more than a half acre.

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