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NEW DEVELOPMENT: Central Park West rentals hit market; Sales launch at Waverly Brooklyn

● BOHEMIA REALTY GROUP
Central Park West rentals hit market

Bohemia Realty Group has been tapped as exclusive marketing and leasing agent for Park Hill, a Central Park West rental building with 45 renovated apartments.

PARK HILL
PARK HILL

Located at 471-476 Central Park West, between 107th and 108th Streets in Manhattan Valley, availabilities include studio apartments from $2,500; one-bedroom apartments from $2,800; two-bedroom apartments from $3,900; and three-bedroom apartments from $4,995.
“A newly renovated rental on Central Park West is almost unheard of, which makes this offering even more special,” said Sarah Saltzberg, co-founder and principal of Bohemia Realty Group.
“The location is unparalleled, the apartments are beautiful and the icing on the cake is an offer of complimentary design consultations upon lease signing.”
The apartment details include Mitsubishi mini-split HVAC heating and cooling units, sound attenuating and energy-efficient insulation, and in-unit LG washers/dryers. Floors are five-inch oak plank and there are custom barn doors, French doors, exposed brick walls and globe pendant lighting from Cedar & Moss.
Amenities at park Hill include a new fitness center, furnished roof deck and on-site bike storage.

● ORANGE MANAGEMENT
Sales launch at new Waverly Brooklyn

Orange Management has launched sales at luxury condominium development, Waverly Brooklyn in Clinton Hill.
The development, located at 500 Waverly Avenue, has been designed by GKV Architects as a seven-story, 48-unit building with a façade comprised of architectural concrete ‘picture frames,’ hand-laid Norman brick and custom windows.  37 residences will be market-rate.
Residences, which range from studios to four-bedroom homes, include penthouses and other units with private terraces.
“As our first condominium development in the borough, we wanted to ensure that the location was quintessentially Brooklyn,” said Andrew Bradfield, principal of Orange Management. Open-plan kitchens feature fully-integrated appliances, breakfast bars with built-in storage, honed quartz countertops and cabinetry finished with oak wood and white lacquer.

WAVERLY BROOKLYN
WAVERLY BROOKLYN

Appliances are from Bosch, Bertazzoni, Grohe and Liebherr. Select three-bedroom, four-bedroom and penthouse units also feature Bosch speed ovens, wall ovens and 36-inch cooktops.
With MNS exclusively handling sales and marketing for the building, pricing for 517 s/f studios starts at approximately $595,000 and goes up to $2.4 million for a four-bedroom penthouse home.
Amenities include an attended lobby, resident lounge with library, media center and kitchenette adjacent to a second-floor terrace with outdoor cooking and dining facilities; a landscaped and furnished courtyard with gas grills and communal dining area, a rooftop garden, fitness center, bicycle storage.
The development will include Brooklyn’s first fully-automated parking garage, with spaces available for rent, as well as a 8,752 s/f retail space.

● DUNN DEVELOPMENT / L+M DEVELOPMENT
Closings underway at Navy Green

Dunn Development Corp. and L+M Development Partners announced that closings are in progress at The Townhouses at Navy Green.
100 percent of phase one townhouses on Clermont Ave. (Nos 17-35) are sold and more than 50 percent of phase two townhouses on Vanderbilt Ave. (Nos. 14-38) sold.
Halstead Property Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing firm for Navy Green, a collection of 23 townhouses and 98 condominiums near the border of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.

NAVY GREEN
NAVY GREEN

“Since we launched sales, buyers have given us great feedback on the access to incredible outdoor space and true sense of community that Navy Green offers,” said Tell Metzger of L+M Development.
The 3,000 s/f plus townhouses feature three or four bedrooms, two full and two half bathrooms, a media room, laundry room and a garden with patio.
The first floor of each townhouse is open and floor-through, creating a dining area and a large living space that opens onto the private patio.
The central grassy, green courtyard that gives Navy Green its name offers all residents of the development options for enjoying the outdoors. The enclave has gardens, a children’s playground, seating areas and an open lawn.
“With sales and construction of the townhouses at Navy Green quickly wrapping up, we look forward to welcoming residents to their new homes and to the Navy Green community as a whole,” said Stephen Kliegerman of Halstead Property Development Marketing.

● HOULIHAN LAWRENCE
Ritz sales brisk

Sales at The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton Westchester in White Plains have been brisk through the first half of 2016, with 16 residences sold in the six-month period for a total of $24.2 million.
Only 21 units remain available in the 42-story Tower II, which features 12 distinct floor plans ranging from 1,489 to 5,400 s/f.
The residences are priced from $960,000 to $4.5 million.
“The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton Westchester offer a unique housing option for the buyer who wants luxury high-rise living in Westchester County,” said Nancy Kennedy, a Houlihan Lawrence broker who is managing sales for the condominium tower.
“White Plains offers all the amenities of city living with a hassle-free environment. Everything you could want is within walking distance. Our buyers prefer to have views of the city rather than be in the city.”
Amenities at The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton Westchester include a fitness room, glass-enclosed pool, boardroom, resident lounge, media screening room, outdoor lounge, 24-hour concierge service and dining and full catering services available through The Ritz-Carlton Hotel.

● HALCYON MANAGEMENT
Just what doctor ordered

The Hamilton, a 92-unit rental development is set to open later this summer at 968 60th Street.
It is expected to become home to dozens of local doctors, nurses and other healthcare staff.
A plethora of medical facilities are in the vicinity, including Maimonides Medical Center, Boro Park Center, Lutheran Augustana Center and Brooklyn Hospital Center.

THE HAMILTON
THE HAMILTON

“After a long shift, being close to home in a safe neighborhood is a goal for many hardworking healthcare professionals,” said co-developer Yoel Sabel of Halcyon Management.
Located between 60th and 61st Streets on Fort Hamilton Parkway at the border of Sunset and Borough Parks, The Hamilton’s studio through three-bedroom apartments have hardwood floors and open kitchens with stainless steel appliances, Ceasarstone counters and center islands.
The Hamilton has 4,500 s/f of amenity space that includes a fitness center, game room, children’s playroom, business center, library, PGA golf simulator room and landscaped roof deck.The building will have on-site, below-grade parking.

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