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ALL SEVENS AND ELEVENS

Warehouse 11, a smashing new seven-story condo near McCarren Park, is being hailed as the largest non-waterfront residential development in Williamsburg/Greenpoint. What’s in a name? “Warehouse 11” reflects both its address at 214 North 11th Street (at Roebling) and its modern industrial façade in a district of converted warehouses. “The design and finishes are at the top of the market for Brooklyn right now,” says David Maundrell, president of aptsandlofts.com. High-style design features come with a lifestyle here—there is a 24/7 doorman stationed in a sleek lobby, a gallery lounge full of art, a fitness center with private yoga garden, and a colorful kid’s playroom. Choose from five apartment types/layouts; select PHs feature 17-foot-high windows. Lovely McCarren Park is a bigger boon than ever as it undergoes a $50 million restoration. Additional amenities: enclosed parking, rooftop sundeck, individual storage units. Studios from $399,000. Duplex PH from $1.2 million. FALL 2008.

JOSH DEANER | 866-WRHSE11 | APTSANDLOFTS.COM

 
       
         
 

FABULOUS FAMILY FARE

Families will find suburban comforts along with big city buzz at Prospect Park’s new Park Circle—a collection of 59 choice condominiums. Space, security, and serenity abound. It’s one of New York’s great public green spaces—rich in entertaining and cultural activities, such as the annual Celebrate Brooklyn! Performing Arts Festival. This dynamic nabe is rich with restaurants, galleries, and boutiques. Architect Elena Kalman has infused the 1-3BR condos with plenty of natural light that pours through double-glazed, oversized windows looking onto the park and city. The spacious residences come with superb details like Brazilian Cumaru wood floors, and many have private terraces. “Finding space for a family in New York can be challenging,” says Bassie Deitsch of Boymelgreen Developers, “and Park Circle offers no-compromise living—it’s the comfort of the suburbs with the luxury of the city.” From $495,000. IMMEDIATE.

TOD MERCY | 718-210-2060 | CORCORAN SUNSHINE MARKETING GROUP

 
   
 
 

 

BOUTIQUE BEAUTY

What could be better than a handsome, new eleven-story, ground-up condominium along a stretch of Fourth Avenue between Sunset Park and Park Slope? Of the sparkling 44-unit building at 639 Fourth Avenue, Highlyann Krasnow of The Developers Group says, “You’re steps from Park Slope and minutes from Prospect Park with access to some of Brooklyn’s finest cultural and recreational facilities—the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and more. If you want a boutique building with easy access to both Manhattan and Brooklyn, this is it.” The sunny 1-3BR units feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, and most have private outdoor space. Gourmet kitchens will feature CaesarStone Quartz countertops in Blizzard and Wengé wood veneer cabinets; spacious bathrooms offer Kohler finishes and fixtures. A generous 421-A tax abatement is available.
From $399,000. SUMMER 2008.

HIGHLYANN KRASNOW | 718-222-1545 | THE DEVELOPERS GROUP

 
“As a city, Brooklyn is a teenager just about to grow up,” says Asher Abehsera of Two Trees Management. “The quality of food and beverage operations in the bases of new residential and hotel buildings is rising dramatically, offering a nightlife experience surrounded by real neighborhoods—not the case in lower Manhattan. All this with cutting-edge design and unparalleled transportation.”  
 


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