Tour 1 Willoughby Square

Photos Courtesy of FX Collaborative

Join Dan Kaplan, Senior Partner at FX Collaborative, and the designer of 1 Willoughby Square, for a guided tour through this newly constructed building in Downtown Brooklyn!

  • Hear about the planning process and design behind this incredible building
  • Tour the FXCollaborative office and amenity space on the 16th floor
  • Take in expansive views of the New York City skyline

About the event:

1 Willoughby Square is the first ground-up office tower constructed in Downtown Brooklyn in decades. It is an innovative 34-story mixed-use tower crafted to reflect its context while offering healthy and dynamic work environments for clients in the high-tech and creative industries. Located adjacent to a new one-acre park, the 450,000-square-foot commercial office building includes ground-floor retail spaces and a 300-seat school for the New York City School Construction Authority on the second through sixth floors.

With commanding views to Manhattan and the surrounding region, the building is organized to promote social and natural connectivity; a strategically located side core and column-free, exposed structure allows for wide-open work environments without obstruction and surrounded by daylight.

Connectedness is further enhanced by interior atria, exterior terraces, and three “superfloors”; incorporating higher ceiling heights, amenity spaces, and exterior loggias. Rejecting the conventional all- glass formulation, the design is a contemporary take on the famed New York industrial loft with gridded, oversized windows, distinctive blue glazed brick spandrels, and exposed concrete structure.

1 Willoughby Square is set to become Brooklyn’s most distinctive and sought-after business address, the perfect building for a post pandemic world, elevating the office experience. The building complements the swell of investment and new development in the neighborhood as it is strategically located within easy walking distance of numerous citywide and regional connections via LIRR and subway lines.

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