Presence, prestige and privacy converge at The Paxton offices. At the confluence of two of Brooklyn’s most dynamic thoroughfares – lively Fulton Street and bustling Flatbush Avenue – a champagne gold jewel box frame and dedicated building-within-a-building entrance offer an unmatched level of distinction.
Rarely does a 137,000 RSF tenant encounter this level of brand power on such a prominent corridor. A unique design marries street level, retail-style space with traditional office floors above and usable concourse space below. Intriguing combinations could include street level or multi-level consumer-engaging space with administrative and executive functions on floors three to eight. A dramatic concrete entrance canopy punctuated by downlighting and prominent locational signage completes the brand story.
Style and sophistication define the office lobby. Stainless steel complements a dramatic Calacatta polished marble feature wall and manned, wood and stone reception desk. Honed Roman Travertine marble surrounds contemporary nooks with saddle leather bench seating. Graphite slate flooring tiles, sculptural lighting and original artwork complete the aesthetic.
Employee-centric space delivers the essential tenant experience. Two 110’ long private terraces, measuring 2,200 and 1,375 SF on the sixth floor top an enviable list of delights. Full height reflective glass windows encase 16 to 20’ ceiling heights showering the space with both northern and southern light. Efficient side core floor plates easily accommodate open plan layouts with communal seating, conference rooms, pantries, huddle spaces, touchdown areas, stadium seating and other tenant-friendly workspaces.
Unseen benefits of the 137,000 RSF include dedicated telecom risers, tenant controlled HVAC, bike storage and a pet-friendly environment.
The employee experience comes full circle in Downtown Brooklyn – a true live/work/play neighborhood. The ultimate amenity is location and the ultimate location is an amenity. The Downtown Brooklyn ecosystem of amenities features abundant dining, marquee retail, parks and open space, two food halls, a cinema, a major sports arena and multiple entertainment venues all within minutes. Not to mention 13 subways – including the 2/3/4/5 at the door – the LIRR and Uber-friendly roadways.
The benefits of a Downtown Brooklyn location are further enhanced by a substantial package of economic incentives for tenants relocating from outside NYC or south of 96th Street in Manhattan. The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership provides a full list of incentive and savings programs.