HPDM is thrilled to be the exclusive marketing and sales firm for several great projects launching this Spring, including The Haswell, The Hendrik, 251 First Street, 610 Warren Street, 318 West 47th Street, and Aurum.
To court young families that would benefit from efficient stroller storage, the developers of a condominium building at 251 First Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn — a neighborhood famous for the sheer number of buggies that populate the streets — plan to not only build a dedicated stroller storage room, but also provide stroller valet service to residents and their guests.
“The steady rise in Long Island City condo pricing can be attributed to the rapid residential population growth,ˮ said Robin Schneiderman, the senior vice president managing director of HPDM.
“This is a healthy sign for the market as sellers need to come back down to reality,” said Robin Schneiderman, director of business development at Halstead Property Development Marketing
Halstead Property Development Marketing is proud to be the exclusive sales and marketing firm representing 19 Park Place, The Sorting House, State + Bond, and Navy Green– all listed among The New York Post’s 33 buzziest new buildings.
The building will have a mix of apartments ranging in size from studios to three-bedrooms, and some apartments will have home offices and/or private outdoor space.
The latest South Fork condominium complex, Harbor’s Edge, offers buyers both the appeal of local living as well as the international appeal of high design.
Adding to the allure of the project are interiors designed by Bradley Stephens of Stephens Design Group, who has designed homes for such high-profile clients as Anderson Cooper and Soledad O’Brien. “‘Condo by the water’ doesn’t begin to describe what Harbor’s Edge is,” says Stephens. “The façade really fits into the surroundings, and the finishes are exquisite.”