Belvedere LX, the newest red brick building from developer Krzysztof Rostek, has released seven of its 16 units onto the rental market, with prices ranging from $4,200 to $2,700/month. Rostek has already developed a series of 30 or so rental building in and around Greenpoint, all named Belvedere and all sharing the same general aesthetic, which the Times described as, "a reddish brick facade, about the color of diluted Manischewitz wine; a pair of white columns; and balconies." The design was described by a local architect as "could be worse," so it's got that going for it.
The one unique aspect of each Belvedere is the Roman numeral that it is assigned, but, confusingly, those numerals don't correspond to anything. Rostek started with a Belvedere I and a Belvedere II, then skipped to Belvedere VI, and now seems to assign numbers at random. This one is Belvedere LX and is, obviously, not the 60th of its kind. It is five stories and includes a common roof deck, radiant heat, central air, and washer/dryer hookups. Some of the units come with terraces. There are pictures of all seven apartments that are currently on the market on Streeteasy.