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Eco-Friendly Luxury Rental Acacia Launches in Bed-Stuy

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Location: 1560 Fulton Street
Size: 9 stories, 105 units
Rents: $1,887/month for one-bedrooms to $2,729/month for three-bedrooms
Developer/Owner: BRP Companies
Architect: N/A
Leasing & Marketing: MNS

When 1560 Fulton Street broke ground in 2010, the building was planned as an affordable housing development named the Bradford. It's since change its name to Acacia and is coming onto the market as a luxury rental featuring one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, ranging in size from 664 to 1,177-square-feet. Many units also have private balconies. The LEED-seeking building features ecotastic design elements like water-conserving fixtures, Energy star appliances, individual room temperature controls, recycled materials, and an on-site co-generation plant. Fancy!

Only five units are currently listed on the building website, but a press release said that leasing for all units will launch this coming weekend during an open house. Floor plans, included in the gallery above, are available for each size unit, including one- and two-bedrooms with balconies. Each unit comes with a washer/dryer, and the building amenities include a parttime full-time doorman, an outdoor terrace lounge, a landscaped courtyard, a rec room, children's play room, and bike storage. One-bedroom rents start at $$1,887/month, two-bedrooms are listed at $2,366/month, and the three-bedroom is listed for $2,729/month.
· Acacia [official]


1560 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY