The first of Boerum Hill's ecotastic condos have hit the market, and the renderings in the listings show that the design has changed a bit since October. The building's facade will be clad in brass tiles (thankfully it is not the very white look that was previously revealed), and the interiors look like the usual: open layouts with large kitchens, marble counters, marble bathrooms, and light hardwood floors. Two of the 10 units are currently listed: a 1,563-square-foot three-bedroom asking $2.495 million and a 3,133-square-foot four-bedroom with a private terrace asking $5.25 million. The project incorporates Passive House standards for sustainability, meaning that the building is super insulated for energy efficiency. Other eco features include a solar hot water system and an electric car charging station.
· Listings: 210 Pacific Street [StreetEasy]
· Boerum Hill Passive House Looks Like a Block of Swiss Cheese [Curbed]