Yes, Brooklyn and, to a lesser extent, Queens, is seeing a glut of new rental buildings, leading to a softening in the market. But renters aren’t the only ones gaining access to a new crop of options—buyers are, too. […]
Yes, Brooklyn and, to a lesser extent, Queens, is seeing a glut of new rental buildings, leading to a softening in the market. But renters aren’t the only ones gaining access to a new crop of options—buyers are, too. There are multi-tower complexes and intimate buildings making their debut, and regardless of building size, amenities abound in these new offerings. More often than not, they include drool-worthy outdoor spaces (seven acre landscaped terrace or al fresco dining facilities, anyone?) and a ton of wellness options like pools and gyms. And of course, something only buildings in these outer boroughs can offer: gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline.
Buildings include: The Monarch, The Grand at Sky View Parc, 164 South Oxford Street and 171 South Portland Avenue, 50 Greenpoint Avenue, Waverly, 324 Twenty, Pierhouse, The Standish, South 1st, and 729 Decatur Street Condominium.
31 units comprising one- to five-bedroom apartments in a historic beaux-arts building. Amenities will include a fitness center with yoga area, concierge service, playroom, private storage, and bike room.
Address: 171 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn Heights
Sales: September 2016 with occupancy slated for 2017
Pricing: Start at $1.29 million
Developer: DDG and Westbrook Properties
Marketing and Sales: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group