The condo is one of five apartments in the William Leggio-designed building that will have interiors by Katch I.D. that “feature classic materials that speak to the authentic, untouched nature of the neighborhood.”
The median price for a Boerum Hill condo was $1.42 million in March, StreetEasy shows, while the figure for townhouses hit $3.99 million.
And for kicks, 251 First has an amenity not often seen or even heard of (outside of Brooklyn, anyway): stroller valet, thus eliminating the need to find a place to park your Bugaboo.
All 30 residences at the Sorting House, a luxury condominium under construction in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, have sold, according to Halstead Property Development Marketing
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 HPDM March 2016 New Development Insights is now available on HPDMNY.com
HPDM’s new development insights is now available on HPDMNY.com, featuring the Long Island City condominium market trajectory.
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The average price per square for closed new condominium sales in Long Island City climbed 49 percent from 2010 to 2015. New development projects averaged $1,032 per square foot last year.