Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
Halstead Property Development Marketing announced that residents have begun to close and will be moving into their homes at The Heritage, the luxury condominium building in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
The four-story building is now 70% sold. The six remaining one and two- bedroom residences range from 940 to 1,330 s/f priced from $775,000 to $975,000.
"Sales at The Heritage have been brisk because this building was designed to create a true center for comfortable living," said Stephen G. Kliegerman executive director of Development Marketing at Halstead.
"Now that construction is complete, we're excited to offer residents the opportunity to live in a unique development in the thriving cultural center of Brooklyn's Park Slope."
The Heritage is located at 309 Second Street between 4`h and 5'" Avenues in the heart of Park Slope and offers a mix of two bedroom condos and duplexes with spacious designs, on-site parking garage, indoor and outdoor play-rooms and storage units. Additionally, each of the 21 homes has its own private balcony, garden, or rooftop cabana.
'The Heritage was developed by PRD Really Corporation, which is led by Scott Domansky. The property has been in Domansky's family for generations.
Designed by architect Karl Fischer with interiors by Durukan Design, the residences feature oversized windows, wide plank hardwood maple floors, master bathrooms with separate glass showers and soaking tubs. Each home as 9'6" ceilings, washer/dryer hookup and is interne, phone and cable TV ready. Child safety features include soft- close toilets, soft-close kitchen drawers and a high tech intercom system for added convenience.
Wednesday, August 13, 2008