● ADAM AMERICA / SLATE PROPERTY
Sales underway at Brooklyn Grove
The Brooklyn Grove, a new 27-story, 184-residence condominium at 10 Nevins Street in Downtown Brooklyn, has launched sales.
Developed by Adam America Real Estate and Slate Property Group, with interiors by the ODA New York, the building has a glazed brick exterior and large windows with custom metal surrounds.
Sightlines from Nevins Street to Grove Place will envelop a double-height (21 ft.) lobby and enable dual entrances into the building. The lobby will have a wooden beam ceiling and hand-plastered finished walls with slatted wood accents.
Kitchens will feature custom rift oak cabinetry with antique brass hardware designed exclusively for the building by ODA.
A dual-level amenity area will include a 40 ft. indoor pool illuminated by a large skylight.
A residents lounge with 22 ft. and a gas fireplace will be surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass and have a pool table and screening area.
There will be a private dining room, fitness center, exercise studio, playroom and 24-hour concierge.
A rooftop lounge will offer separate lounging and dining areas, barbecue grills, and a pergola.
A pet spa, package storage, and bicycle storage are also planned,.
The Brooklyn Grove features 184 studio through three-bedroom residences. Currently, prices range from $575,000 studios to three-bedroom homes starting at $2.45 million.
Brendan Aguayo, senior vice president, Halstead Property Development Marketing, is leading marketing and sales.
● CBKS / PLANET PARTNERS
Low-rise luxury in LIC
Sales have launched at Corte, a new luxury condominium at 21-30 44th Drive in Long Island City’s Court Square neighborhood.
As a nod to the project’s Argentinian roots and Buenos Aires’ signature low-rise buildings, the 85-unit building stands just eight stories high and extends 250 ft. long.
Designed with expansive terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows, residents at Corte have panoramic, unobstructed Manhattan views.
Studio- to three-bedroom homes range in price from the mid-$500,000s to $3million and move-ins will begin in summer 2019.
Modern Spaces will exclusively handle marketing and sales for Corte.
The mixed-use project features 16,000 s/f of ground-floor retail space being marketed by Winick Realty Group .
Planet Partners, a South American real estate development company, purchased the site and originated the project, setting into motion a joint venture with SK Development, CB Developers and Ironstate Development (CBSK Ironstate) to co-develop a modern project with a low-rise design, a departure from the area’s typical high-rise buildings.
Tristan Dieguez and Axel Fridman of Argentinian-based firm, Dieguez Fridman Arquitectos & Asociados, and New York-based firm, Beyer Blinder Belle collaborated on the design.
The building has a fitness center and resident’s lounge which opens to an outdoor courtyard. A shared roof deck extends the entire length of the building and features landscaped gardens, private cabanas for sale, a Bocce Ball court, outdoor showers and BBQ grilling stations.
● FLATIRON REA / DUKE EQUITIES / MJM
Serhant selling Wʼburg boutique
Ryan Serhant is about to hit the market with The Rowan, a new Williamsburg condominium a block from the waterfront.
Developed by Flatiron Real Estate Advisors, Duke Equities and MJM, the 13-unit building includes two penthouses, one – to three-bedroom layouts with private outdoor space and priced from $1.16 million.
Amenities include a virtual doorman and video intercom, package room, bicycle storage, keyless entry and private storage.
Units have Schuco Casement triple pane windows, exposed concrete ceilings, multi-zone heating and cooling, LED lighting, washers/dryers and open-concept kitchens