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The InHouse Group Completes Sales at Two Boutique Condo Developments in Burgeoning Brooklyn

Pioneering new development experts and creative, all-in-one real estate agency The InHouse Group is pleased to announce that sales have concluded at two boutique luxury ground up condominiums in Brooklyn; 66 Steuben Street in Clinton Hill and 394 Kosciuszko Street in Bed-Stuy are now 100 percent sold.

“Following COVID, buyer’s demands shifted significantly as their needs changed dramatically.  We worked closely with the developers of both 66 Steuben and 394 Kosciuszko to create homes that spoke to the market, putting an emphasis on modern design with a retro twist, abundant outdoor space, smart technologies and open floor plans,” said Robert Earl, co-founder of The InHouse Group.

Located in the heart of Clinton Hill, Brooklyn along one of the borough’s idyllic tree-lined streets, 66 Steuben is a five-story, six-residence condominium with units ranging in size from 647 to 954 square feet, respectively.  Prices for the new residences started at $779,000; sales first launched in November 2021.

Located in the heart of bustling Bed-Stuy, 394 Kosciuszko features a diverse mix of floorplans, including a one-bedroom garden-style duplex; two floor-through two-bedroom homes; and two, two-bedroom triplex penthouses. Residences at the new ground up development range from 734 to 1,537 square feet.  Prices for the spacious condos started at $949,500; sales first launched in September 2021.

The InHouse Group is currently the exclusive sales and marketing agency for several luxury boutique condominiums in Brooklyn, including 61 North Henry Street, 244 Devoe Street, 373 Palmetto Street and 81 McGuinness Street.  For more information on these properties, please visit

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