Stephen G. Kliegerman
President of Development Marketing
Halstead Property Development Marketing, LLC, recently announced the opening of The Heritage at Park Slope with a newly completed model apartment. Located at 309 Second Street between 4th and 5th Avenues, the Heritage offers a mix of luxurious two bedroom condos starting at $825,000. Developed by PRD Realty Corporation, apartments are currently available for sale and occupancy is expected in summer 2008.
Set in Park Slope, Brooklyn’s most family friendly neighborhood, The Heritage offers outdoor space with every unit, as well as a spacious indoor and outdoor Children’s Playrooms and a sprawling recreation deck. Designed by Karl Fisher Architect, The Heritage’s unique brick and limestone façade echoes the charming character of Park Slope’s existing architecture and harmonizes beautifully with its surroundings.
Ranging from 1,089 to 1,898 square feet, each home has either a private rooftop cabana or balcony. The 21 residences have 9’6” ceilings and oversized windows, flooding the space with natural light. Every apartment includes a washer/dryer hook-up and is internet, phone, and cable TV ready. The Heritage also offers residents private storage closets, enclosed parking and a virtual doorman for added convenience.
The Heritage’s pristine bathrooms feature oversized soaking tubs, custom vanities with marble slab tops, mosaic marble tiles and in most units, double sinks and separate shower enclosures. Kitchen are equipped with state-of-the-art Bosch stainless steel appliances and are custom designed with stunning stone countertops, wide plank maple flooring, custom Italian cabinetry, and elegant glass tile backsplashes. Apartments also offer many child safety features including soft-close toilets and soft-close kitchen cabinets and drawers.
“The Heritage will provide a true center for family life, said project developer Scott Domansky. “This property has been in my family for generations and I am proud to create new homes that will be lived in and cherished for years to come for Park Slope’s growing families.”
A quick and easy commute to Manhattan, Park Slope is an attractive neighborhood full of eccentric boutiques, fine restaurants, cultural centers and recreational facilities. In addition to the surrounding area’s charm and convenience, The Heritage is situated within walking distance to four private schools and 10 public schools.
Wednesday, April 09, 2008