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New Development: 264 Webster hits Brooklyn market, 555 West End in Manhattan

Kensington offering makes debut

The Horizon Group announced that sales have begun at 264 Webster Avenue in Kensington, Brooklyn.

Designed by Kutnicki Bernstein Architects with interiors by Brittany Marom Interior Design, the eight-story, 63-residence building offers studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom homes ranging in size from 435 to 1,257 s/f priced from $325,000.

Unit have open layouts, wide-plank oak flooring, Bosch washer and dryers and LG heating and cooling systems with individual room controls. Select residences also feature private outdoor space.

“264 Webster presents a unique opportunity to purchase a home in a newly constructed condominium at a great value in one of Brooklyn’s most diverse neighborhoods,” said David Marom, managing partner of Horizon Group.

“We wanted to create a product that buyers are looking for — open floor plans, contemporary finishes, great light and a full suite of amenities.”

Amenities include a ground-floor library, furnished roof deck with grilling stations, a fitness center, playroom, resident’s lounge, package room, pet spa, bike storage, and laundry room for oversized items.

Storage and parking spaces will also be available for purchase or rent.

Brendan Aguayo, SVP and Managing Director of Halstead Property Development Marketing is leading the sales effort.

School conversion hits market

555 West End Avenue, a collection of 13 one-of-a-kind condominium residences made from a landmarked private school, has just launched sales.

555 West End Avenue.

Developed by Tamarkin Co. and CL Investment Group, homes feature all the hallmarks of a conversion on the Upper West Side – soaring ceiling heights, towering windows, and a refined palette.

Tamarkin Co. transformed the signature spaces found in the circa-1908 school, such as the gymnasium and the library, into specialized residences that feature details such as a 20 ft. barrel-vaulted ceiling in the former gym (now part of an $18 millionpenthouse), floor-to-ceiling windows, private terraces, and a 42 ft.long great room in the library.

Pricing for current availability starts at $7.9 million for a four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom flat, and initial occupancy is slated for early 2019.

“555 West End Avenue is driven by amazing historic architecture, spirit and light – all the pillars that New York’s greatest buildings have been built on,” said Cary Tamarkin, founder and chairman of Tamarkin Co.
“These homes are certain to resonate with buyers who appreciate authentic design and are looking for the experience of a private mansion but with the ease of condominium living in a prime Upper West Side location.”

Leasing underway at Crown Heights rental

Adam America Real Estate announced that leasing has begun at 409 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights.

Designed by Issac & Stern Architects with interiors by Durukan Design, the 11-story, 186-residence building offers studio, one- and two-bedroom homes ranging in size from 408 to 1,087 s/f priced from $2,360 per month.

409 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

“Our goal was to create an amenity-rich building that allows residents the opportunity to live, work and play year-round as their lives and needs change,” said Omri Sachs, Co-Founder of Adam America Real Estate.

In addition to beginning leasing efforts, the property’s developers have launched, a website that provides potential residents access to sample floor plans, interior images and information on the building’s 17,000 s/f of amenities.

Amenities spread across three levels include a landscaped central courtyard and resident’s lounge with co-working space, library, fireplace and kitchenette.

The building’s rooftop offers lounging areas, dining areas with barbecue stations, a bocce ball court, hammock lounge and a wet bar.

The lower level features a children’s playroom, game room, screening area and wet bar, fitness center, pet spa and a laundry room for oversized items.

There is also offers an attended lobby and virtual concierge, package room, a live-in superintendent as well as private storage, bicycle storage and parking.

Leasing and marketing is being handled by The Aguayo Team at Halstead Property Development Marketing.

Ground broken for twin Flatiron buildings

39 West 23rd Street in the Flatiron District.

Anbau, a Manhattan-based real estate investment and development company, has broken ground for a 118,000 s/fground-up condominium development designed by COOKFOX at 39 West 23rd Street in the Flatiron District.

Anbau purchased the first site in 2011 and choose to secure approval of the building’s design with the Landmarks Preservation Committee.

39 West 23rd Street is an asymmetrical two-tower development with a central courtyard that will feature 44 for-sale residences.

The storied site was home to FAO Schwarz before the iconic toy emporium moved to Fifth Avenue.

39 West 23rd is slated to launch sales early next year.

Pizzarotti is the general contractor on the project.

Exclusive Village rental launched

136 West Houston.

Ryan Serhant and The Serhant Team have launched Greenwich Village’s newest development, 136 W Houston.

The new rental development just won third place in the International Architecture Awards of 2018 (IAA).

The building is eight stories and composed of six residential units, all of which are three bedrooms with varying degrees of private outdoor space, and views of the MacDougal-Sullivan Gardens.

Interior features include floor-to-ceiling windows, Italian Poliform custom kitchens with an eat-in island, custom Poliform closets, Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances, Hansgrohe shower fixtures.

Prices will range from $16,000 to $30,000 per month.

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