Designed by Ismael Levya, the Oro at 306 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn is one of the borough's most striking luxury condominium buildings. This 40-story building has 303 units and was, for a time, the tallest building in Brooklyn. Thanks to its impressive height, residents of the top floors in this building will be able to enjoy stunning vistas of New York City, which include the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, from the comfort of their own homes.
The homes at Oro are beautifully spacious, with features like Brazilian hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and nine-foot high ceilings adding to the luxurious feel of the residence. The classy feel of the living spaces is continued into the kitchens and bathrooms as well, with the kitchens having matte lacquer cabinetry, stone countertops and stainless steel appliances, and the bathrooms featuring Durango stone walls, soaking tubs and glass-enclosed showers.
While its excellent location in Downtown Brooklyn could be seen as its biggest amenity, the Oro also provides its residents with a number of services, which include a doorman, private storage, a bicycle room, a parking garage and an indoor swimming pool. Besides a residents lounge that contains a screening room and a wet bar, residents at Oro will also be able to be take advantage of the two-level state of the art fitness center, which also contains a basketball/racquetball court.