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Fixed-Up Williamsburg Building's 7 Condos Show Themselves

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Name & Location: 629 Grand Street
Developer: Town broker Eric Sidman, under the name EMS Development Group
Architect: Joseph Mucciolo
Size: Four stories, seven condos
Prices: $638,000 and up
Marketing: Town, naturally

The interiors of the gray building that rose over the past year on ever-changing Grand Street between Leonard Street and Manhattan Avenue proved somewhat of an enigma—until today. Formerly a four-story, three-unit walk-up, a new topper has now added three floors and four apartments to the Williamsburg scene. The seven units, new and renovated, are on the market; six one-bedrooms start at $638,000, and there's one 2BR/2BA unit apartment. The project is both designed and developed by Eric Sidman, a broker at Town. He ought to know what Brooklyn buyers want, and has thusly included 10-foot ceilings, casement windows, heated floors, a Bluetooth sound system with in-ceiling speakers, and locally made light fixtures. 629 Grand had its first launch party last night, and the first two units have live listings. Both 1BRs, 3B wants $659K, while 5A wants $665K. The ground floor will be home to a vintage clothing store.

· 629 Grand Street [official]
· Listings: 629 Grand Street [Town via StreetEasy]
· Revealed: 629 Grand Street, Condo Conversion And Expansion In Williamsburg [NYY]
· New Condo Project Rising at 629 Grand Street in Williamsburg [6sqft]
· So Much For Rent on Grand Street, But Change Comes Slowly [B+B]
· Development Du Jour archive [Curbed]