● Adam America
Leasing underway at 247 N. Seventh
Leasing gets underway this month for phase one of 247 North Seventh, a newly constructed Williamsburg rental property.
247 North Seventh consists of two seven-story buildings, with a total of 169 homes.
aptsandlofts.com has been retained as the exclusive leasing and marketing agent for the property that stands out for its industrial-inspired façade and private interior courtyard.
“Williamsburg is one of the most dynamic and thriving neighborhoods in Brooklyn,ˮ said Omri Sachs, of developer, Adam America.
“247 North Seventh presented us with an ideal opportunity to create a distinct property that stands out among the other offerings available in Williamsburg by infusing the design with a prominent sense of character and custom elements. “We were drawn to the opportunity of being able to utilize the land between both buildings, allowing us to create an oasis unlike any residential garden in the area.”
The two 247 North Seventh buildings stretch across North 7th and North 8th Streets, between Roebling and Havemeyer Streets, and are connected by a landscaped 13,000 s/f inner garden.
Designed by Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel Architects, the building’s textured façade is inspired by the rolling waters of the East River and features exposed concrete and oversized windows composed of geometric window panels.
A mix of studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments are available, some with private terraces and balconies, designed by Tersigni Palachek.
Homes has white oak flooring, open layouts, large windows and a washer/dryer in each unit.
Pricing starts at $2,575 for a studio, $3,350 for a one-bedroom and $4,500 for a two-bedroom. While penthouses start at $6,700.
Alex Saltalamacchia, Director of Leasing for aptsandlofts.com, added, “247 North Seventh is located directly in the heart of Williamsburg only one block from the Bedford Avenue L train stop. That alone will be the deciding factor for someone comparing this property to others in Williamsburg.”
● Black Diamond Development
New customs in East Williamsburg
The first units have been released at 150 Richardson in East Williamsburg.
Featuring eight boutique condo apartments inspired by historic warehouse buildings, 150 Richardson was a collaborative project with developer, Black Diamond Development, The InHouse Group and Withers & Grain.
“The team guides itself on the belief that attention given to the materials used and the construction process is equally as important as the design itself,ˮ said Robert Earl, of The InHouse Group.
“The interior and exterior display authentic craftsmanship and attention to detail like no other residence in Williamsburg. Every detail has been carefully curated and constructed.ˮ
The apartment have over-sized industrial-style windows, exposed reclaimed brick from a carriage and buggy factory, exposed concrete columns, and antique oak hardwood floors mixed with the comforts of modern design.
All of the large wood furnishings for the model unit were designed and built at the Withers & Grain studio, located at 61 Withers Street, in Brooklyn.
Flooring was custom milled from solid reclaimed oak and finished with a bona matte varnish.
Kitchens were custom built by production studio, Arm & Leg.
Each bathroom vanity was custom built in house at the Withers & Grain studio from solid hardwood and custom welded frame.
●The Marketing Directors
70 Columbus has Marketing Directors name on it
The Marketing Directors have picked up another major luxury residential assignment in New Jersey.
Developers Ironstate Development and Panepinto Properties named the firm as the exclusive leasing and marketing agent at 70 Columbus, the 50 story luxury residential tower which is the second phase of a four phase project in the heart of Jersey City, adjacent to the Grove Street Path.
“Jersey City continues to be at the forefront of new and exciting residential developments and we believe that 70 Columbus will set a new standard for quality living,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors.
“From its signature lobby by famed interior’s designer Noe Duchaufour Lawrance, to its outstanding amenities, 70 Columbus will be one of the most sought-after residential properties in the neighborhood.”
Standing 50 stories and comprised of 545 studio, one and two-bedroom homes, 70 Columbus was designed by Gwathmey, Siegel, Kaufman and Associates Architects.
Residences have oversized windows fitted with solar shades, oak hardwood floors, and s open concept kitchens with GE washers and vented dryers.
An amenities package includes a 70,000 s/f landscaped roof deck with a pool, grilling/BBQ stations, a sports court, a dog run and a children’s play area; a multimedia room; billiards area, catering kitchen and indoor kid’s playroom; on-site bike storage; a business center; free Wi-Fi throughout; and a full-time attended lobby with on-site porters and maintenance service.
Residents will also have access to Base Gym.
●Building & Land Technology
Beacon shines at Harbor Point
Building and Land Technology (BLT), the developer of Harbor Point, announced that leasing has commenced at the development’s next residential building, The Beacon at Harbor Point.
The Beacon’s apartments rise 21 stories and are capped with two 22nd floor rooftop observatory decks allowing views of Long Island Sound and the New York City skyline.
Beacon consists of a mix of studios, one-, and two- bedroom residences — 240 in all. There is indoor garage parking and amenities throughout the building.
Located on the waterfront at One Harbor Point Road, the Beacon offers access to all the growing retail and dining options that Harbor Point has to offer.
Additionally, the Stamford Transportation Center is a short walk — or a free shuttle ride — away.
The Beacon represents the apex of BLT’s efforts in Harbor Point and is the development’s most high-end offering to date.
The more than 2,300 apartments now available at Harbor Point range from efficiencies to historic lofts and luxury high-rises, with smoke-free, pet-free, and family friendly options available.
“The Beacon is a continuation of what we’ve been building at Harbor Point — a wide variety of housing options with immediate access to a diverse, 24/7 urban lifestyle, and a bustling waterfront,ˮ said Carl R. Kuehner, CEO of Building and Land Technology.
“With the opening of the Beacon, we now believe that the options at Harbor Point include something for everyone.
“We’ve had a tremendous level of interest in the Beacon and are excited to see leasing commence here.”