251 First was featured on curbed.com, a first look inside the penthouse model home. “Just four condos remain up for grabs in the 44-apartment building. They include a three bedroom, two and a half bath asking $2.6 million, and a four-bedroom, three-bathroom on the market for $2.9 million.” Click to read the full article here
“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.”
Just over two years after sales got underway at ODA New York’s warehouse-turned-condo building in Dumbo, the first set of residents are now moving in to the 75-unit building at 51 Jay Street.
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.”