Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
Executive Director of Development Marketing
Compiled by Linda Collins
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
SUNSET PARK — Calling it the best value in Brooklyn, a conversion of a pre-war classic building into condominiums comes with reasonable starting prices and favorable loan terms.
The 54-unit six-story development at 702 44th St. in Sunset Park is a joint venture of Paul J. Klausner/Continuum Development Corp., as lead developer, and Sierra Realty Corp., which will also manage the property.
“We’re excited to offer the best value in Brooklyn in this vibrant and historic neighborhood,” said Klausner, referring to the mix of cultures and cuisines in Sunset Park, including New York City’s third-largest Chinatown and large number of Latino restaurants.
“Residents will enjoy the benefits of luxury living at an affordable price compared to neighboring areas, and with monthly costs even less than they would pay to rent a comparable unit.”
The gut-renovated 21 apartments that are now available for sale range in price from $300,000 to $585,000. They are a mix of studios, one- and two-bedroom units, some with a windowed study, and sizes ranging from 562 square feet to 1,114 square feet.
“The classic pre-war origins of the building are being restored and updated to include a stylish stainless steel and glass entryway, fitness center, landscaped rear garden and sitting area with cast stone fountain, individual walk-in basement storage units, video intercom security system and interior bicycle storage racks,” said Klausner.
Added Stephen Kliegerman, executive director of development marketing at Halstead, “Sunset Park gives residents the opportunity to live in a culturally diverse neighborhood.”
In fact, the onsite sales office, which opened last week, has agents from Halstead who are fluent in English, Spanish and Chinese. To view floor plans, visit www.onesunsetpark.com.
The Halstead Property Development Marketing sales team, with members who are fluent in English, Spanish and Chinese, from left, are Eva Goldblatt, Christian Galliani, Roberta Benzilio (senior director of sales), Kindel Ingham (sales coordinator), Marie Schloeder and Jinny Schreckinger (project manager).
Image courtesy of Halstead
Thursday, November 06, 2008