At the cusp of Brooklyn’s Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhoods, this building is surrounded by traditional townhouses and red brick. While conserving these elements that are natural to the area, the Stanhope project is elevated with a black brick facade and sleek, extruded windows. It creates a statement of modernity and everlasting strength, which is continued throughout the interior.
Common areas are spacious with concrete floors, light wood details and warm furnishings. Black brick gives the facade a modern edge, while the wood balconies soften the exterior. These colors continue to the interior, mirrored in the flooring and striking marble bathrooms.