Robert Scarano is no longer putting up new buildings in the city, but one of his old buildings has finally come to market. Brownstoner reports that the apartments of 818 Dean Street in western Crown Heights are finally ready for tenants, some eight years after plans for the building were first announced. Halstead is marketing the 14 units, nine of which are currently listed in StreetEasy. Rents range from $3,000 for a 563-square-foot one-bedroom to $4,500 for a two-bedroom with a private garden. The brokerbabble is the same on every listing, noting that many units have 14-foot-ceilings and private outdoor space. All have washer/dryers, dishwashers, hardwood floors, video intercoms, and central heating and cooling.
From the photos and the kind of confusing floorplans, it seems that most units have two levels. With all the "open to below" and "mezzanine" notations, it's hard to visualize the units. But given that it's a Scarano building, the odd layouts are not surprising. It also looks like the rooftop decks are not connected to the units, but rather just designated space for the apartments.
· 818 Dean Street Rentals on the Market ['Stoner]
· Listings: 818 Dean Street [StreetEasy]