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IN THE HEIGHTS

20 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights consists of two buildings—one is set inside the old Mason Mints candy factory and the other one, a new building, is under construction next door. The unit-mix ranges from studios to 4BRs, including several duplexes on the PH level. PHs and a few others have private outdoor space. Square footage is from 530 to 2,295, covered with wide-plank white oak floors and framed by massive windows. All units have washer/dryers. Open kitchens come with appliances from Bosch, along with custom-designed wenge wood cabinetry topped with CaesarStone. The master baths have glass-enclosed stall showers, Neptune free-standing tubs and custom-designed teak vanities covered with polished stone. There’s a fitness room, a courtyard garden and round-the-clock doorman service. Storage space is available for purchase. From $580,000. SUMMER 2009.

VINCE ROCCO | 866-924-7120 | HALSTEAD PROPERTY


CAN’T BE BEAT

Located at 300 E. 23rd St. between First and Second Avenues, Tempo is now selling a mix of 1–3BR units, including PHs—and several have balconies or terraces. Square footage ranges from 685 to 1,500 square feet, and wide-plank black oak floors and floor-to-ceiling windows finish off the spaces. All have washer/dryers. Open kitchens feature appliances from Sub-Zero and Bosch and the lacquered cabinetry, designed by Gruppo Italia, is topped with CaesarStone. Master baths boast terrazzo stone floors and walls with glass tile accents and custom-designed, high-gloss vanities covered with Corian. There’s a huge roof deck for panoramic viewing along with a putting green and grill area. Other amenities include a fitness center, a spa with a massage treatment room and sauna, a lobby lounge and a large garden with an outdoor screening room. From $800,000. DECEMBER 2009.

BERTRAND BUCHIN | 212-674-2323 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN


BROOKLYN BOUND

A boutique condominium at 116 Third Place off Court Street in Carroll Gardens is now offering 2BR and 3BR homes with private outdoor space, gas-burning fireplaces, multi-zone radiant heat floors and keyed elevator access. The mix includes a PH and a garden duplex. Square footage ranges from 1,056 to 2,200 and the floors are covered with Brazilian ipe wood throughout. All the units have washer/dryers. Open kitchens feature henrybuilt caramelized bamboo wood cabinetry (cherry wood is used in the duplex) and they’re all topped off with flamed Zimbabwe black granite. The appliances are from Sub-Zero and Gaggenau. Master baths sport separate rain shower stalls, large Zuma soaking tubs and vanities with limestone tops. The Italian porcelain wall tiles partner perfectly with the pebble stone floors. From $999,000. FALL 2008.

GAIL MORIN | 917-693-7286 | CORCORAN GROUP MARKETING


DOWNTOWN BOUTIQUE

A former warehouse in TriBeCa for the Griffin shoe polish company, 67 Murray Street is made up of five light-filled loft apartments, including three full-floor residences, a duplex and a PH with two terraces and an outdoor shower. Located between Greenwich Street and West Broadway, these homes range from 1,100 to 2,800 square feet and feature ceiling heights ranging from 14 to 20 feet high. Oak floors are found throughout, and all have washer/dryers. Open kitchens are filled with GE appliances and the oak wood cabinetry is topped with granite. Master baths are dressed up in Italian tile and buyers have the option to redesign the space to make room for a separate stall shower. There’s no fitness center, but Equinox is across the street. Also included is a video intercom and security. From $1.348 million. LATE 2008.

DONNA LENTOL | 212-327-9608 | WARBURG REALTY PARTNERSHIP



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