WILLIAMSBURG — The neighborhood known for its scruffy hipsters is redefining its image with a glitzy new building.
The building, which is surrounded by heated sidewalks, includes a 2,500-square-foot fitness center with an indoor pool and hot tub, men’s and women’s saunas and a game room with a billiards table and Wii stations.
It will also have a canine cleaning station and a partnership with a dog-walking and pet-sitting service.
Studios at the building, located on Bedford Avenue between North 11th and 12th streets, start at $2,450 per month, while one-bedrooms will go for $2,995. Renters will have to fork over $4,725 for two-bedroom apartments.
Building D, as the new structure has been dubbed, opens just six months after 101 Bedford first put its sleek apartments on the market with Buildings A and B, which are now 95 percent occupied. Building C opened in November.
“Traffic has been steady since the day we opened, even during this past holiday season,” co-developer Yoel Sabel, of Halcyon Management, said in a release. “I think 101 Bedford resonates with people because the apartments are beautiful and comfortable, and the amenities, over the top."