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Brookfield opens new Jersey City rental tower

Brookfield Properties, in partnership with G&S Investors, has opened its newest VYV apartment tower in Jersey City

The second of two towers, 444 Warren Street features 432 rentals landscraped grounds an amenities and a large-scale, signature interactive sculpture from local artist Maximilian Pelzmann.

Pelzmann is known for exhibiting sculptures in public parks and spaces in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Northern New Jersey, and Europe. Based out of Mana Contemporary, he was brought on to the project by art broker Green Villain.

The sculpture, called Pavilion, is made to be interacted with by the residents — it can be moved through, touched, felt, and viewed from inside and out.

The sculpture is located on the 8th floor amenity deck where residents also have access to grill stations firepits, and a movie screening area. The building also has a lap pool and hot tub, dedicated lounge spaces feature fireplaces, games and media rooms and private work pods and conference rooms for work-from-home residents.

The new building sits adjacent to VYV’s north tower, which opened in 2017 with 421units.

Both towers have dedicated concierge services and 24/7 front desk staff. Residents have access to package lockers for pick up 24/7, onsite controlled garage parking, resident and bike storage facilities, and a luxury lounge space.

Sculptor Max Pelzmann

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