Olympia Dumbo Launches Sales, Unveiling the Most Expensive Listing in the Neighborhood

Olympia has arrived. Set to be the tallest and most expensive condominium in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood, sales for the 33-story tower with 76 residences launched in mid-October. But, they are spacing out the release of some of the most spectacular listings. Just days ago, unit 29A was revealed asking $12.9 million and taking the title of Dumbo’s most expensive home on the market.

This abode, while not a penthouse, is actually the second-largest residence in the building, poised for occupancy in Q3 of 2022. Clocking in at 4,565 square feet, with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, it also boasts a 501-square foot-private terrace with glistening views of the Manhattan skyline.

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A peek at the building’s latest listing, 29A. Photograph courtesy of Marchmade

The penthouses, set to go live in the next few months, will likely fight for the title of Dumbo’s priciest listing next. While exact details have yet to be revealed, they will be seeking over $16 million. So, if sold for their desired prices, they may soon reign as the most expensive sales in the neighborhood. That crown is currently worn by the Clock Tower penthouse, which changed hands for around $15 million in 2017.

But, this building isn’t just for buyers with the means to break records. Offering a variety of floorplans, ranging from 1 to 5+ bedrooms, the units available now start at $1.775 million. And, all residents of Olympia will benefit from the exterior vision of Hill West Architects and interiors by Workstead. Sleek with a cool-toned palette, the structure embraces Dumbo’s maritime and industrial roots.

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Photograph courtesy of Marchmade

The amenities have been crafted just a thoughtfully, spanning a whopping 38,000 square feet inside and out. This includes The Garden (ground floor), The Club (cellar level), and The Bridge (10th floor). These three areas hold perks like a two-lane bowling alley, two-lane lap pool, juice bar, fitness center, tennis court, outdoor pool and hot tub, spin studio, playroom, and multiple lounges. Did we mention the pet spa? There are so many, it’s difficult to keep track.

A beautiful and lavish addition to historic Dumbo, NYC buyers better keep an eye on Olympia. Developed by Fortis Property Group, it has a strong real estate team behind it as well.

Sales at the building are being handled by Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of The Eklund/Gomes Team of Douglas Elliman; Karen Heyman and Casey Heyman of The Heyman Team of Sotheby’s International Realty and M. Monica Novo and Lindsey Donohue of The Novo Team of Douglas Elliman.