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A soaring and distinctive silhouette destined to become a landmark on the Brooklyn skyline

A visually striking tower located at the crossroads of Downtown Brooklyn and brownstone Brooklyn, 11 Hoyt is the first residential project in New York by Studio Gang, one of the most progressive and sought-after architecture firms in the world. Acclaimed for inventive and iconic designs that push formal boundaries and rethink architectural norms, Studio Gang envisioned 11 Hoyt as a unique paradigm—a residential tower set atop an elevated private park that offers residences extraordinary natural light, air, and views.
11 Hoyt seen with panoramic views of Brooklyn, Lower Manhattan, and the Statue of Liberty
Facades of traditional Brooklyn townhouses

Exterior

Studio Gang found inspiration in the classic bay windows of traditional Brooklyn brownstones, reinterpreting them as projecting bays sweeping diagonally up and down the tower’s facade like gently cresting waves. The bays, which appear to peel away from the building’s exquisitely crafted shimmering concrete exteriors, give the tower presence and personality on the Downtown Brooklyn skyline, animating the façade with the movements of sunlight and shadow throughout the day.

11 Hoyt’s distinctive scalloped façade and oversized windows at dusk, with spectacular views of Downtown Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan
The architecture creates a strong relationship between interior and exterior, with windows that create inhabitable facades.
Studio Gang
Private Motor Court

The Arrival

Winding past lush plantings and statuesque trees rising through a large sun-filled oculus, a private drive with a porte-cochere and motor court welcomes residents into a secluded domain sheltered from the busy streets of the city outside.

Livingston Street entrance and porte-cochere
View of double-height lobby’s sitting room towards entrance vestibule

The Lobby

The 24-hour attended lobby, with its grand sitting room and lofty 29-foot high ceilings, offers a feeling of relaxed luxury. Michaelis Boyd Associates, creators of some of the world’s most stylish hotels and private clubs, designed the space with refined materials and impeccable details including white oak-paneled walls over exposed board-formed concrete, polished concrete floors, and steel-framed glass partitions. Brooklyn’s creative energy comes alive in the colorful and eclectic mix of furnishings, sculptural lighting, and artworks.

View of lobby with concierge desk towards sitting room and coffee lounge
Coffee Lounge

Reminiscent of a European café, with tufted leather banquettes and rich wood shelving, the adjacent lobby lounge offers morning coffee service and a quiet hideaway for reading or working throughout the day.

Dog park

Residents may take advantage of stroller storage as well as an outdoor dog run and indoor pet spa for their four-legged companions. Private storage rooms are available for purchase.

Studio Gang collaborated with interior design firm Michaelis Boyd Associates and landscape architect Hollander Design to create a work of global-caliber design that thoughtfully and holistically integrates architecture, interiors, and landscape.

Studio Gang

Founded by MacArthur Fellow and Harvard professor Jeanne Gang, Studio Gang is an architecture and urban design practice known for innovative buildings like Chicago’s award-winning Aqua Tower. Among the firm’s current projects are residential towers in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Toronto, and Amsterdam, the new United States Embassy in Brazil, and an expansion of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

Michaelis Boyd

London-based Michaelis Boyd is an award-winning firm with a reputation for sophisticated residential and commercial projects. Among Michaelis Boyd’s well-known works are Sandibe, a sustainable safari lodge in Botswana, Soho House outposts in Berlin, Los Angeles, and the English countryside, London’s famed Groucho Club, the Williamsburg Hotel in Brooklyn, and residences at the Sugar Beach resort in St Lucia.

Hollander Design

One of America’s top landscape architecture firms, New York City-based Hollander Design is celebrated for gardens with unexpected textures, colors, and sounds that respect the site’s natural, architectural, and human ecologies. The firm, recognized on Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD 100 list, has created landscapes at every scale, from country estates and urban terraces to some of the nation’s leading cultural institutions.