Brooklyn, NY Apple has opened its second borough location at Two Trees’ 300 Ashland in Fort Greene/downtown area. The 12,000 s/f store’s grand opening was held on December 2nd.
“From the very beginning, Two Trees knew this unmatched, high-design building, coupled with its prime location, was the perfect place for an Apple store,” said Two Trees principal Jed Walentas. “Two Trees is thrilled to officially welcome Apple to this iconic corner in the heart of Brooklyn.”
Christopher DeCrosta of Crown Real Estate represented Apple in the ground floor lease. Designed by Enrique Norten of Ten Arquitectos, 300 Ashland is a 32-story, 379-unit mixed-use residential tower at 300 Ashland Place. Located in Fort Greene, at the gateway of the Cultural District, 300 Ashland is anchored by 50,000 s/f of cultural space.
including: BAM Cinemas; 651 ARTS dance studios, and a new Brooklyn Public Library branch as well as 43,000 SF of retail, including a 365 by Whole Foods and now Apple at 123 Flatbush Ave. It also includes 79 units of below market housing. Earlier this summer, developer Two Trees opened a new 10,000 s/f public plaza designed by landscape architect Grain Collective.