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NEW DEVELOPMENT: Carroll Gardens boutique launches sales; Weehawken condos sold out

Serhant to launch Carroll Gardens boutique building

Ryan Serhant is set to launch sales for new development 145 Carroll Gardens (145 President, Brooklyn).
With 17 residences offering three to four bedrooms including two garden residences, two penthouses, and a separate townhome available at 151 President, residents can expect spacious units and outstanding design and amenities as well as private outdoor space in half of the residences. The building also features a handcrafted Petersen Danish brick façade. Residences start at $2 million and the townhome is listed at $3.5 million.
Residential amenities include private residence parking, two large roof terraces with panoramic city views, children’s art and play room, fitness center with Peloton spin bike, virtual doorman and package room, private storage unit for every residence, bicycle storage.
The three-bedroom private townhome at 151 President features private parking, three bathrooms, private outdoor space and a private/convenient alley from the street to the yard.
Each residence features operable French-door inspired windows to allow for an abundance of fresh air and natural light, 5” wide European white oak floors, ceiling heights from approximately 9’, individually controlled, energy efficient, multi-zone heating and cooling, washer and vented dryer in almost all residences, solid wood core interior doors with architectural detailing. Additional design details by request. The building developer is Avery Hall Investments.

Two Weehawken condo buildings nearing sell out

Two iconic waterfront condominium communities that have helped make Weehawken one of the hottest residential real estate markets in the state are nearing a close-out, the developer, Lennar, announced.
At Henley on Hudson, a collection of 201 luxury residences on the Hudson River waterfront, construction of the final building on the property is now complete. Immediate occupancy is available for the last remaining condominium homes.
Just a half mile up the riverfront at Lennar’s 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial, the model homes that inspired so many buyers to choose the 103-home luxury waterfront community are now being sold themselves. Two furnished model homes recently sold and closed, leaving one three-bedroom furnished model and two staged homes available for tours. The popularity of the furnished models mirrors the overall popularity of the community, where a limited number of luxury residences remain available for sale.
Henley on Hudson and 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial both benefit from Weehawken’s location opposite midtown Manhattan, its proximity to several forms of mass-transit, and its low-density approach to development which incorporates significant amounts of open space. The waterfront provides a quieter, more suburban residential setting than its urban counterparts in Hoboken and Jersey City, but also offers conveniences such as walkable shops, restaurants and recreation.
The communities also benefit from Weehawken Township’s recent property tax reduction from 2.23 percent to 1.49 percent, giving the Township one of the lowest property tax rates in Hudson County.
At Henley on Hudson, the remaining residences are priced between $875,000 and $2.5 million and feature one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans ranging in size from 1,165 to 1,964 square feet of living space. The homes are single-level designs and many offer balconies or terraces to maximize the community’s dramatic views. All homes include numerous upscale features and appointments, as well as a home automation system that allows residents to control and automate lighting, temperature, entertainment and more.

Bed-Stuy condo building launches sales

Ideal Properties Group announced the launch of 491 Monroe in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The boutique collection of six design-driven simplex and duplex condominium residences are for sale starting at $575,000 according to Ideal, the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the project.
The building features studio, one- and three-bedroom homes with only two units per floor.
The three home layouts each present a distinctive kitchen design trend. All of the kitchens feature state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances by Bertazzoni Italia, Blomberg and in some cases Bosch. They have stainless steel zero-edge deep kitchen sinks and single-lever, pull-out spray faucets in polished chrome. The bathrooms are all equipped with vanities supporting porcelain vessel sinks appointed with polished chrome faucets and bath accessories. Select baths also have radiated heated floors.
The homes each feature zoned climate control heating and cooling, laundry closets with washer and dryer hook-ups and zoned ceiling speakers throughout all living and bedrooms controlled by SONOS and pre-wired cable and Wi-Fi access. Red oak five-inch plank hardwood floors in a satin finish grace the 491 Monroe residences, which also have full-height window walls. Select homes include private outdoor space and all residences enjoy access to the finished roof deck.
491 Monroe is near local attractions such as Georges-André Vintage Café, Crocus Coffee, Sincerely, Tommy, Saraghina, Peaches Hot House, Emiline’s, Bed-Vyne Brew, LunÀtico and L’Antagoniste. Raymond Bush Playground, Hattie Carthan Community Garden, Kosciuszko Pool and Brooklyn’s very own Summer Stage Theater at Herbert Von King Park.

Tribeca condo buildings unveils latest renderings
15 Jay Street, a loft condominium conversion on a cobblestone street in the Tribeca West Historic District, recently released new interior renderings.
The residences are developed by Jay Hudson LLC and designed by the Meshberg Group, who paid special attention to each detail of the homes.
This classic downtown conversion is comprised of five gracefully appointed lofts. An intimate and ambitious project, the design blends quintessential loft details with refined finishes to create elegant homes.
Each of the building’s three distinct layouts have been designed to accommodate a contemporary lifestyle while simultaneously recalling Tribeca’s industrial past, featuring expansive rooms, high ceilings, enormous windows, exposed brick and wooden beams, and wide plank wood floors – more on each of the apartment types below my signature.
Amenities for the building include an elegant lobby, a private keyed elevator, virtual doorman, a package delivery room, private storage, bicycle storage, and a video intercom system. MNS is serving as the exclusive sales team, with Michael Brooks as the lead on the project. The launch is anticipated for fall 2018 and pricing for the homes range from approximately $4M – $8M.

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