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 Stahl Organization’s 53-story Downtown Brooklyn’s luxury residential development at 388 Bridge Street has reached 90 percent sold.
“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.