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Stephen G. Kliegerman

Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Slopes The Heritage Is Child-Friendly

Has Indoor, Outdoor Playrooms, Child-Safety Features


By Linda Collins



PARK SLOPE — Set in one of Brooklyn’s most family-friendly neighborhoods, a new luxury condominium in Park Slope is emphasizing its child-friendly amenities.

Known as The Heritage at Park Slope, at 309 Second St., between Fourth and Fifth avenues, the building offers spacious indoor and outdoor children’s playrooms and a host of child safety features, including soft-close toilets and soft-close kitchen cabinets and drawers.

In addition to these, The Heritage is within walking distance to four private schools and 10 public schools, according to the project’s developer, Scott Domansky of PRD Realty Corp.

“The Heritage will provide a true center for family life,” said Domansky. “This property has been in my family for generations and I am proud to create new homes that will be lived in and cherished for years to come for Park Slope’s growing families.”

Well-known architect Karl Fischer designed a brick and limestone façade that he says “echoes the charming character of Park Slope’s existing architecture and harmonizes beautifully with its surroundings.”

With the availability of a newly completed model apartment, Halstead Property Development Marketing reports that sales have been launched.

Prices will start at $825,000 for the mix of 21 two-bedroom condo. Completion and occupancy are anticipated for summer.

Ranging from 1,089 to 1,898 square feet, each unit will have either a private rooftop cabana or a balcony.

Other amenities include 9-foot, 6-inch ceilings, washer/dryer hookups, soaking tubs, mosaic marble tiles, double sinks, stainless steel appliances, wide-plank maple flooring, private storage closets, enclosed parking and a “virtual” doorman.

Thursday, March 13, 2008