300 West, South Harlem new condo offering the most amenities and with neighborhood’s first indoor pool, designed by Paris Forino (from $510,000)
With interiors by lauded designer Paris Forino, residence 4D at 300 West, South Harlem’s newest residential development, is a stunning 422 Sf studio apartment. An east-facing residence, this attainably-priced brand new home offers an open-concept living area in one of Uptown’s most exciting neighborhoods that boast custom White Oak herringbone flooring, central heating and air conditioning, and insulated oversized windows that allow in an abundance of natural light. The living area opens to a custom kitchen designed by Paris Forino, complete with White Oak cabinetry and Carrara marble countertops and backsplash. The exceptional kitchen features a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf oven, and gas range, and Cove dishwasher. The spa-like bathroom features a custom White Oak vanity and honed Bianco Carrara countertops, walls, and floors, surrounding a bathtub with polished chrome fixtures, ideal for ultimate relaxation. A rarity for New York apartments, 4D also is equipped with a washer/dryer hook-up for convenience. Just outside your front door, the future owner of 4D will have access to an indoor pool, a first in the neighborhood, in addition to a host of other amenities such as multiple areas for outdoor relaxation with stunning views of the city skyline, a library and lounge with space for co-working and quiet hours, a children’s playroom, and more. With two lobbies, the building is attended 24-7 and boasts valet parking and much more, with access to the exciting shopping, dining, and cultural institutions nearby. Starting pricing for the 170 residences at 300 West begins at $499,000 for a studio, and nearly 20 homes boast private outdoor space.
One of The Symon’s last remaining homes on-the-market for less than $1 million, designed inside and out by Studio DB and located in Brooklyn Heights ($855,000 // 9F)
Currently listed for $855,000, Residence 9F is one of the last remaining homes on the market under $1 million at The Symon, Brooklyn Heights’ new boutique development. Thoughtfully-designed and attainably priced for the neighborhood, the one-bed, one-bath home encompasses 596 square feet and is located at 76 Schermerhorn Street between Court Street and Boerum Place. Designed inside and out by Studio DB — the New York-based design firm led by husband and wife Damian and Britt Zunino, who are known for their custom homes and high-end interiors work for a roster of celebrities — this stunning home boasts an open layout and high ceilings thus giving it a lofty feel. An inviting one-of-a-kind entry foyer, featuring large solid panel doors, crown molding accents, eight-inch baseboards, as well as inlaid wood flooring medallions with a basket-weave motif welcome residents home, and three large windows let in plenty of natural light. Leading into the open concept living/dining area and kitchen, the space boasts custom cabinetry, a white Statuarietto marble slab backsplash accented by white dove quartz countertops, and polished nickel fixtures by Kallista. Appointed with top appliances, the kitchen also features a BlueStar chef’s range, integrated Liebherr refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, microwave, and garbage disposal. The master bedroom is well-proportioned with ample closet space and abundant light through two large windows. A spacious bathroom offers a Studio DB-designed vanity with Bardiglio marble countertop, Carrara Crema marble European tub and shower with a custom diamond-pattern, Waterworks fixtures, an antique brass finish, and an inset, vintage-inspired medicine cabinet. 9F’s future buyer will also have immediate access to a host of amenities at the building, including a beautifully-landscaped rooftop terrace providing scenic vistas of Brooklyn’s adjoining historic district well as a Downtown Manhattan private lounge with a fireplace, a gym, a children’s playroom and more.
111 Montgomery’s 1R in Crown Heights, a beautiful one-bedroom, one-bathroom with a massive 556-square-foot private terrace. There’s nearly just as much space outside as there is in ($836,000)
Available for $836,000, residence 1R at 111 Montgomery – the first full-service condo in Crown Heights, Brooklyn – represents precisely the type of home New Yorkers are seeking now coming out of the pandemic. This home is bright, open, and adorned with the highest quality finishes you’ll find at this price point, all paired with the must-have lifestyle amenities for today’s post-covid world: ample bike storage, a co-working lounge, children’s playroom, two-building outdoor spaces, and best of all is Prospect Park and Brooklyn Botanical Gardens located just up the block.
Brooklyn Point’s 23G offers breathtaking skyline views, access to tons of amenities, and 25-year tax abatement ($900,000)
Available for $900,000, Residence 23G at Brooklyn Point — the borough’s tallest residential tower located in Downtown Brooklyn across from the new Willoughby Square Park with over 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities — is a 548 square foot studio showcasing exquisite skyline views. Interiors and amenity spaces at Brooklyn Point are designed by Katherine Newman Design. They exemplify a sophisticated design aesthetic combining art and utility, resulting in a modernist sensibility that embraces and reinterprets the past. 23G boasts beautiful wide plank stained oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows with southern exposure and panoramic views of Brooklyn, an in-home washer/dryer, a huge walk-in closet, and a harmonious dark wood color palette with satin copper fixtures and finishes designed to accentuate space and natural light. Residents are greeted with a tasteful foyer that leads into the kitchen area, which features white quartz countertops, custom oak millwork, and fully-integrated appliances from Miele, including a 4-burner gas range, 30’ refrigerator, oven, and speed oven. The bathroom features custom Waterworks fixtures and radiant heated floors.
Brooklyn Point offers a wide array of amenities just an elevator ride away, including the highest residential infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere on a landscaped rooftop outfitted with a sundeck and an outdoor movie screening space, an indoor swimming pool, a 35-foot rock climbing wall, a squash/basketball court, a co-working space, wine library, game lounge, children’s playground, landscaped terrace on the 9th floor with alfresco dining areas, gas grills, a fire pit and so much more. Closings commenced this past summer, and Brooklyn Point buyers also benefit from a 25-year tax abatement. For more information, please visit www.brooklynpoint.com.