Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
Sr. Vice President
Buyers Snap up Last Units at Development in Brooklyn’s Columbia Street Waterfront District
By Nicole Amato
NEW YORK, N.Y. — L+M Development Partners and Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced that Columbia Commons, a new residential development located at 110 Warren Street at the intersection of Cobble Hill and the Columbia Street Waterfront District, is sold out.
The announcement comes after a steady record of sales since Columbia Commons came to market in May 2010.
Columbia Commons includes a six-story and a four-story building and features 42 condominium residences. Homes are a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units ranging in size from 609 to 2,785 square feet with sales prices that ranged from $399,000 to $2,065,000.
“Recognizing the value of these homes both now and in the future, buyers flocked to Columbia Commons for many reasons,” said Stephen G. Kliegerman, president of Halstead Property Development Marketing. “The layouts are smart, the finishes of the highest quality, and the neighborhood is in a state of continuous growth.”
Amenities include a landscaped courtyard; rooftop with extensive views of Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Statue of Liberty; fitness room; virtual lobby attendant; bike storage garage; and an underground parking garage. Apartments also feature Schoolhouse Electric Co. lights and Bosch washers and dryers.
“We’re delighted to have reached such a successful and satisfying conclusion at Columbia Commons,” said Lisa Gomez, executive vice president of development at L+M Development Partners, Inc. “Clearly buyers are seeing the same thing we are, which is a bright future here.”
Columbia Commons is in close proximity to Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 and the building’s subtle design touches weave the idea of old and new throughout, providing a modern living experience in the comforting setting of a vintage neighborhood.
Columbia Commons was developed by Columbia Hicks Owner LLC, an affiliate of L+M Development Partners Inc. and the Urban Investment Group at Goldman Sachs.
Wednesday, June 22, 2011