Location: 374 Broome Street
Size: Nine units, all one- and two-bedrooms
Prices: $2.85 to $8 million, so far
Architect: Architectonics, with interiors by Little Red House
Developer: Ross Morgan
Sales & Marketing: Prudential Douglas Elliman
The six-story, circa-1856 brick carriage house at the corner of Broome and Mott Streets in Nolita makes its luxury debut this week as nine very spiffy condos architect-ed by Winka Dubbeldam's firm Architectonics. Developer Ross Morgan purchased the property in 2006 for under $9 million; at present moment the five available units in Brewster Carriage House range in price from $2,850,000 (1BR, 2BA) to $7,9995,000 (2BR, 3BA). That's what we call ROI.
It's also billed with the eco-friendly parole du jour: "Responsible and ecologically considerate design and construction choices create energy and water efficiency alongside excellent indoor air quality, while reducing impact on the local environment."
For more fun with floorplans, we suggest visiting the website, where you can click around the layouts for specific details about each room (walls pre-wired for audio, automatic blinds, gas fireplaces, temperature-controlled floor heating, and so on). Fun!
· Old Nolita carriage house hits market after condo conversion [The Real Deal]
· Official website: Brewster Carriage House [thebrewstercarriagehouse.com]
· Listings: Brewster Carriage House [StreetEasy]