As a first pricey development is busy selling out on one side of Red Hook, another on the other side of Van Brunt is gearing up to launch sales. Given the success of the condo conversion of the old New York Dock Company building at 160 Imlay Street, the 22 townhouses at 109-125 King Street and 72-84 Sullivan Street that will make up SANBA's King & Sullivan development have nothing to worry about when it comes to nabbing buyers. Prices for the 2,800 square foot houses haven't been disclosed yet ahead of the development's September sales launch, but a whole bunch of unseen renderings just showed up on the project's new website.
Each of the townhouses will have four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a 500-square-foot roof deck, a 500-square-foot backyard and curb cuts with parking. As per a press release from the developer, finishes will include, "wide–plank European White Oak flooring, gas fireplaces, Italian kitchens, stone countertops, a laundry room, generous closet spaces, state-of-the-art central heating and cooling system, and skylights." The 22 townhouse, designed by AA Studio, will come with five different facades "inspired by architectural elements present in Brooklyn" which include steel, arches, corten, brick, and terracotta. The townhouses will rise on the site of a single-story warehouse.
· King & Sullivan [official]
· See The 20 Single-Family Homes That Will Rise in Red Hook [Curbed]
· All 109-125 King Street coverage [Curbed]