Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
Brooklyn Heights Office
Halstead Property Development Marketing, a division of Halstead Property, announced the topping-off of Rockwell Place, a luxury condo conversion in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
The topping-off was completed after six additional floors were added to the original six-story structure. The 12-story conversion will have a total of 37 residences and is only two subway stops from Manhattan.
The development, which is eligible for J-51 tax abatement, features an attended lobby, fitness center and washers and dryers in every unit. Completion is slated for October 2008 and occupancy will begin in September with residences on the lower floors.
"We're excited to be near completion on this authentic pre-war loft, as the neighborhood is becoming a cultural epicenter in Brooklyn," said Stephen
G. Kliegerman, executive director of Development Marketing at Halstead Property.
"These residences offer buyers a fantastic opportunity to live in a bustling cultural center while enjoying the very best design and amenities that Halstead's new developments are known for."
Currently 63% sold, the units are a mix of studios, one and two-bedroom homes, which feature an open design plan with 10-12 foot ceilings, wide- plank white oak floors, and historical details like oversized windows . Of the remaining 13 residences, units range in size from 714 to 1166 square feet, and prices range from $495K to $899K. Hal stead Property Development Marketingis the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Rockwell Place.
Designed by architectural firm of Franke, Gottesgen, and Cox, and developed by Integrated Capital, the top floors of Rockwell Place boast sprawling views of the Statue of Liberty and Fort Greene.
A former piano warehouse, Rockwell Place has been meticulously renovated.
Located in the heart of Brooklyn's BAM cultural district, the neighborhood's latest condominium conversion offers the charm and character of an authentic pre-war loft coupled with the conveniences and style of contemporary finishes.
Wednesday, July 30, 2008