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NEW DEVELOPMENT: Sales start at bank building; Sherwood releases High Line penthouse

Sales start at Bank building

The Stahl Organization announced that its newest luxury development, the Brooklyn Trust Company Building, has launched sales.
Located at 138 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights, the Historic Landmark originally designed by York & Sawyer has been restored by Barry Rice Architects.

138 Pierrepont Street rendering

Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing has been selected to exclusively handle sales and marketing of the townhouse-style residences. .
“The Stahl Organization’s vision was to preserve the architectural significance and identity of the property, to showcase its classic features while bringing a product to market that would satisfy the demand of our clientele — buyers in search of large luxury residences in Brooklyn Heights,” said Gregg Wolpert, co-president of the Stahl Organization.
“The Brooklyn Trust Company Building is truly iconic, in part because it offers the opportunity to live in a distinguished landmarked property, in one of New York City’s most desirable neighborhoods and because it’s been modernized with features that 21st century buyers covet.”
The Brooklyn Trust Company Building underwent an extensive interior renovation, and was refashioned to integrate modern design elements without sacrificing the building’s historical integrity.
The six-story structure’s homes – four of which are duplexes – range from 2,200 to 3,100 s/f, from a two-bedroom to five-bedroom residences.
Pricing starts at $3.35 million and goes up to approximately $4.2 million.

Penthouse jewel released
Sherwood Equities has released Penthouse B at 500W21 for $16 million.
The release coincides with the building’s first closings. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is the exclusive marketing and sales agent for the building, which is adjacent to the High Line in West Chelsea.

500 W21 penthouse
500 W21 penthouse

“After an extremely successful six-month sellout of the base of the building, we are excited to unveil the crown jewel of the building just as closings commence,” said Jeffery Katz, CEO and principal owner of Sherwood Equities, Inc.
“This one-of-a-kind penthouse is a grand open-layout home with a gracious terrace, all overlooking the adjacent gardens, so it truly brings the outdoors into the residence. It is the ultimate penthouse for entertaining.”
James Lansill, senior managing director of Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, said the sponsor held back on releasing Penthouse B so that buyers could be shown a finished space “to see how ideal this layout is for penthouse living.”
Designed by world-renowned architects Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) with interiors by MARKZEFF, the 3,978 s/f home has 395 s/f of private outdoor space on a deep set-back terrace equipped with water, gas and electricity.
The master suite has two walk-in closets and a the second and third bedrooms each have en-suite bathrooms.

Pacific reaching great Heights

Brown Harris Stevens, the exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, has announced 210 Pacific Street in Boerum Hill is now more than 60 percent sold since its launch in January 2015.
Five of the eight units have sold in the past four weeks, including all half-floor units and the second floor unit with a grand terrace.
The remaining residences include the 5th and 6th floor units. These sprawling full floor apartments offer over 3,100 s/f of interior space.

210 Pacific Heights
210 Pacific Heights

Each has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, loft-sized custom kitchens, sumptuous master suites and private outdoor terraces.
They are listed for $4.97 million and $5.25 million respectively. Gitu Ramani-Ruff, Deborah Zolan and Frans Preidel of Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing are overseeing sales.
The full-floor penthouse is newly available and offers nearly 2,800 s/f of interior space along with three terraces. the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home has deeded parking, and a generous storage closet. This home is offered at $5.53 million.
210 Pacific Street, designed and developed by NAVA companies. Additional building amenities include direct elevator access to each residence, deeded interior parking with EV charging capability, a fitness room, common roof terrace and recreation space.

Sag Harbor homes in final phase

Watchcase, Sag Harbor is in the final phase of its restoration and development, and closings are now underway.
Built in 1881 and unused since 1979, this summer marks the completion of a property that has served as a national model for historic revitalization.
This summer, it begins its new life as a thriving community of 63 Factory Residences, Penthouses and Loft Condominiums.
Closed residences range in price from $710,000 to $5,500,000. Watchcase is now 70 percent sold overall, and 80 percent sold in the Factory building.
Available residences range in price from $2,850,000 to $10,200,000. Corcoran Sunshine is handling sales an marketing.

The entrance courtyard of the Bulova Watchcase Factory building on Sunday, May 10th, 2015
The entrance courtyard of the Bulova Watchcase Factory building on Sunday, May 10th, 2015

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