This Super Sleek, 68-Story-Tall Infinity Pool Is Coming to NYC

published May 24, 2018
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Did you ever think that a fear of heights would keep you from getting into a pool? Well, it might not have been a concern before, but if you’re looking to spend your summer living that high life in Brooklyn, you might just need to get over that fear!

One of the most Instagram-worthy summer spots is an infinity pool. The way that these pools are designed is to look like they go one “for infinity.” They typically are in tropical locations or just about any venue with a good view. What might just be the world’s tallest infinity pool is heading to NYC!

Brooklyn Point isn’t actually in Manhattan (what you’d typically consider “the city”), but it has the perfect view of the Manhattan skyline. Located in Brooklyn, New York, will be a new luxury building that is full of incredible amenities. The building comes with a bar, modern communal workspace, and an area for fireside cocktails. There is a wine library, a chef’s kitchen, a game room, a screening/performance room, outdoor play area for children, and an outdoor dining area.

(Image credit: Brooklyn Point)

As if Brooklyn Point needed anymore selling points, it also features a 27-foot-long saltwater infinity pool that is located at 68 stories high. The pool has an unobstructed view of the New York skyline. It might not be the tallest infinity pool in the entire world, but it is the tallest in the Western Hemisphere.

Brooklyn Point will is located at Willoughby Street and Flatbush Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn, making it conveniently located near three major subway stations. Construction is currently underway on the building, though the opening is slated for 2021. The building offers 458 units that range in buying price, from $854,000 to $4 million for studio to three-bedroom apartments.

You can follow Brooklyn Point on Instagram to see more progress pictures as the building comes together.