51 Jay, The Hendrik, and 610 Warren were included in NY Post’s Alexa piece, NYC families are bringing the suburbs to the city. Managing Director Brendan Aguayo was quoted.
“Nearby in Boerum Hill, young families can choose from The Hendrik, at 509 Pacific St., where two- to four-bedroom units go for $1.5 million to $3.995 million, or the Paris Forino-designed 610 Warren, where only three units, priced from $1.895 million to $2.750 million, remain since sales began in June.
“You are finally starting to see opportunities outside of townhouses while still feeling like you’re a part of the walkable neighborhood,” says Brendan Aguayo, managing director of Halstead Property Development Marketing.”
The blocks near the Barclays Center are filled with new construction, from townhouses to skyscrapers. Today, construction chronicler Tectonic brings YIMBY an update on The Hendrik, a modestly sized, brick-clad condo project that’s taking shape at the corner of Third Avenue and Pacific Street in Boerum Hill.
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The coal-fired brick, colored by the natural mineral composition of the Danish clay, completed the look for his 33-unit Brooklyn condo project, The Hendrik, where prices range from about $1.7 million to $4.5 million.
“Not everybody wants to live in a townhouse,” said Hope Street Capital Partner Sha Dinour. “I live in a townhouse. You have to go up and down the stairs all the time. It’s hard. People love to live in a townhouse street. But not everybody loves to live in a townhouse.”
Blake Dinour, a sales agent at The Hendrik, a new upmarket development in Boerum Hill, said she believes the area has become more family-friendly in recent years. The condo’s 33 units range from $1.75 million for a two-bedroom to $2.9 million for a four-bedroom—and more than half will have private outdoor spaces of as much as 1,140 square feet. Ms. Dinour said she believes the large apartments are attracting families who would normally go for a townhouse, but want amenities. A number of the prospective buyers have been French.
The sales launch comes with a new website and first renderings of the buildings interiors, which are designed by CetraRuddy alum and of-the-minute interiors guru Paris Forino. The apartments are large, averaging over 1,150 square feet, and range from one to four bedrooms. Some one-bedrooms in the building have home offices. 610 Warren will also have duplex and triplex penthouses with private terraces, and two garden duplexes with private patios. One of the garden duplexes is now on the market asking $1.85 million.
“We provide the infrastructure, and they provide the Tesla chargers. We’ve been actively working with them on almost every project we’re working on — seven right now, including two on the market and two that sold,” said Brendan Aguayo, managing director of Halstead Property Development Marketing, who cited hook-ups at Boerum Hill’s 31-condo 610 Warren Street, all 10 spaces at the Bam-adjacent townhouses State and Bond, and in the garage at Williamsburg’s just-finishing, 216-unit Oosten.