Amidst the beautiful brownstones of historic Boerum Hill, 465 Pacific Street is a limited collection of thirty condominium residences designed by acclaimed architect Morris Adjmi. Known for his contextual yet contemporary interpretations of historic architecture, Adjmi’s design combines traditional elements of warmth and comfort with the benefits of a modern residential experience. Offering a range of one- to five-bedroom homes, many with private outdoor space, 465 Pacific features generously scaled windows, thoughtful layouts, and an extensive offering of amenities, all within a boutique building.
465 Pacific Street presents a smart, forward-looking design that draws inspiration from the neighborhood’s architecture, celebrates outdoor space, and creates a new residence in harmony with Boerum Hill’s historic character. It joins Morris Adjmi’s estimable portfolio, which includes Brooklyn’s widely admired Wythe Hotel.
Steps from the landmark brownstones of the Boerum Hill Historic District, 465 Pacific Street offers an arrival experience that is quiet and welcoming. Abundant landscape elements complement the tree-lined street. The discreet entry, with its hand-laid brick and refined architectural elements, draws on the character of the neighboring structures along historic Pacific Street.
Architect Morris Adjmi’s work is neither a re-creation of a long-ago past nor a deliberately unrelated insertion into existing historic districts. Rather, Adjmi has created a signature architectural vocabulary that encompasses, engages, and expresses both the old and new. The architect’s work is just as notable for its understated elegance, which defines luxury as quality and honesty of material, attention to detail and craft, and the unreserved celebration of light and space.
Adjmi’s first ground-up condominium project in Brooklyn, 465 Pacific Street joins a distinguished portfolio—one that has been acknowledged and honored for its contribution to the quality and texture of New York life. While tapping into the essential DNA of any neighborhood in which he works, Adjmi’s buildings are also quintessentially of the moment – comfortable, welcoming, user-friendly, and high-functioning.