Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
By Kelly Sheehan, Online News Editor
APRIL 05, 2007 -- Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Halstead Property Development Marketing LLC, a sales and marketing agent, announced today that the firm has officially launched sales for Rockwell Place, Fort Greene, a condominium conversion in Brooklyn. Designed by Franke, Gottesgen, and Cox, and developed by Integrated Capital, the project, which will include 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, is currently under construction and expected to be completed in 2008.
Located in the borough’s BAM Cultural District, Rockwell Place, a 37-unit, 10-story community, offers pre-war loft-styled units with contemporary finishes. The community’s design combines open floor plans with already-in-place high ceilings and majestic columns. A former piano warehouse, the building has been renovated to include one floor of retail space and nine floors of residential space.
According to Stephen G. Kliegerman, executive director of development marketing at Halstead, Rockwell Place is in a neighborhood where property prices will likely rise. “Fort Greene is an exciting neighborhood to live in today, offering world-class culture and entertainment, high-quality dining experiences, and public parks,” he said. “And it’s only minutes to Manhattan.”
Studios as well as one- and two-bedroom units feature 10- to 12-ft.-high foot ceilings, wide-plank wood floors, oversized windows, crown moldings, Hans Grohe bathroom fixtures, Toto bathtubs, custom Wenge cabinetry, Caesar stone countertops, washers and dryers, Fisher Paykel refrigerators, as well as Bosch dishwashers, stoves, and ovens. Building amenities include a bike room, storage center, state-of-the-art fitness center and part-time doorman. They will range from 729 to 1,100 square feet, and from $445,000 to $899,000.
Rockwell Place also features one- and two-bedroom penthouses, located on the top floor. These spaces feature large outdoor terraces with views of both Fort Greene and downtown Brooklyn.
Copyright 2005 Multi-Housing News
Thursday, April 05, 2007