HPDM development Galerie featured in NY Post article on Jackson Avenue developments, Manhattanites are flocking to this Queens street. “Just across the East River from Manhattan, LIC is about as close to Midtown as you can get without actually living there. And nowhere is the area’s accessibility more apparent than along Jackson Avenue, a stretch where one of New York’s densest transportation clusters has set the stage for a building boom. At least 10 condo and rental developments are newly opened or on the rise along the thoroughfare.”
HPDM Managing Director Brendan Aguayo was quoted: “To be precise, some 14,000 residential units are slated to come to market in and around Jackson Avenue over the next five or so years, according to Brendan Aguayo, managing director of Halstead Property Development Marketing. Given its location and connectivity, development of the avenue “was expected, of course,” Aguayo says. “I think you’ve reached critical mass starting around two or three years ago.” Click to read the full article.
“Now, developers Adam America Real Estate and Vanke U.S. have launched sales for the aptly named Galerie, a 182-unit building that aims to bring the art gallery experience home. Located across the street from MoMA PS1 in New York City’s Long Island City neighborhood, the 11-story condominium will showcase a curated art program for residents and the community. Known as ArtBox, the rotating art exhibit will feature the work of more than 20 artists, including a group installation of eight Long Island City artists. The exhibition will be on display in the building, and many of the works (from $275 to $10,000) will be available for purchase.”
“Go to Denmark” was contractor Steve Sann’s response when BBB approached Triton Construction about using Petersen Brick at The Hendrik, a new contemporary residential condominium in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.
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.
“Artists have been the backbone of this community and are the underlying current to the fabric that exists,” said Brendan Aguayo of Halstead. “It should be a goal to ensure the protection of their interests be built into whatever framework is ultimately agreed upon.”
The Oosten is one of the most diverse residential projects I have ever seen. The 7 different residence types are all spacious and light, even the smallest unit. And perhaps more important: I love the fact that it caters for every possible wish and budget. Some even have gardens. The amenities and the level of services offered, is simply mind blowing. The Oosten is one of the most enviable places to live. Williamsburg represents the somewhat romantic image I had in my mind of how America looked like in the past. It very much reminds me of the charm of the Meatpacking District. -Piet Boon