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The Edge Goes LEED; Santorini 76% Sold; More!

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WILLIAMSBURG?Everyone's favorite North Brooklyn condo development, The Edge, announced that it received LEED Gold certification, making it the largest residential project in the city to be awarded LEED at any level. In case you were wondering, project developer Douglaston Development "truly believes in sustainable development," and green features include energy-saving appliances and HVAC systems, individual lighting and temperature controls, local materials, and more. [Curbedwire Inbox]

ASTORIA?It's been awhile since we checked in on the Santorini, but today we learned that the condo building has reached 76% sold. StreetEasy shows 13 units remain on the market, but the official building website shows five of these are in contract. The units range in cost from $329,000 for a studio to $799,000 for a three-bedroom. [Curbedwire Inbox; Official]

LOWER EAST SIDE?If you're in the market for an entire apartment building, Eastern Consolidated is marketing two new buildings in the Lower East Side. The five-story 152 Ludlow Street serves as the main entrance to the two-building complex known as Gotham Court, and the seven-story 149-151 Essex Street is located just behind. The Ludlow space has two four-bedroom, three-bath duplexes and one street level retail space, and the Essex building has 20 apartments and two street level commercial spaces. Cost is $21.25 million. [Curbedwire Inbox]

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