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Citi Habitats agents practice art of the deal at 180 Franklin

To help celebrate the launch of 180 Franklin, a new luxury rental building in Clinton Hill, Citi Habitats New Developments hosted an all-agent art competition using the building’s very own gallery space.

Designed to allow tenants to express their creative side, the amenities package at 180 Franklin also includes an artists’ studio and a music rehearsal space – as well as more traditional common areas like a social lounge, modern fitness center and landscaped roof terrace.

For the contest, over 30 pieces of artwork, from photography to paintings to mixed-media, were submitted, with a new MacBook Pro as the grand prize.  Winners were chosen by attendee ballot at the building’s Grand Opening cocktail event.

In third place was Colleen Koltick from Citi Habitats’ Park Avenue South office, with her abstract painting in shades of black, white and grey.  The second place winner was a photo by The Upper West’s Side’s Caroline Bass taken during her recent journey through India.  In first place – and the winner of the laptop – was Jacob Henderson from the firm’s Williamsburg office.  His geometric painting, “Internal Conflict” was judged the partygoers’ favorite.

Jacob Henderson with his winning submission
Jason Burke and Collen Koltick of Citi Habitats
Sarah Riegle, Carey Larsen, Caroline Bass and Chyann Sapp, all of Citi Habitats
180 Franklin’s on-site leasing team Angel Guzman, Allyson Herman, Carrie Slimski, Kelly Ryan, Jason Titus, Alex Tramont and Jacob Oakley

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