Everyone, please welcome to the dance floor Windsor Terrace's once-mysterious new rental building. Called The Kestrel, its logo is a very pretty watercolor bird, after a bird of prey spotted in Prospect Park. (The park's southernmost tip, by the tennis center, is just a few blocks away.) More to the point, it's got 125 studios, one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, and thre-bedrooms that just started leasing. Brownstoner first spotted the initial Halstead listings, which range from a studio for $1,662/month to a 2BR/2BA for $3,600/month. The eight-story building, developed by Sam Boymelgreen and built by Luca Andrisani Architects (design architect) and DJ Associates (project architect), is chock-full of amenities, including a rooftop deck with grilling areas and cabanas, courtyard, pet spa, yoga room, gym, lounge and media room community bike share, bike storage, a "work-from-home office center," and more.
· Kestrel [official]
· Listings: 33 Caton Place [Halstead via StreetEasy]
· The Kestrel Starts Renting in Windsor Terrace ['Stoner]
· No-Longer-Mysterious 33 Caton Place Gets Rendering [Curbed]
· All Kestrel coverage [Curbed]