After more than eight years of work, the Navy Green megaproject across from the Brooklyn Navy Yard, on the site of a former naval prison, is nearly complete. The 23 townhouses are the last remaining piece, and the first 10, located at 17-35 Clermont Avenue, are now on the market. Number 17 is serving as the model townhouse, and the marketing team shared the first photos inside. Each house measures roughly 3,000 square feet, and has three or four bedrooms, two full and two half bathrooms, a media room, a laundry room, and a private backyard and patio. Select houses also have terraces off the master bedroom on the top floor.
The Navy Green website lists all of the finishes in the homes, and includes listings for no. 19, a 2,897-square-foot house asking $1.9 million, and no. 21, a 3,060-square-foot house asking $2.1 million.
The townhouses will join four apartment buildings. The 100-unit affordable building at 45 Clermont Avenue, completed in 2012, was the first building, followed by two other affordable buildings, 40 Vanderbilt and 7 Clermont Avenue. The fourth building, 8 Vanderbilt Avenue, will hold 98 mixed-income condos, and is currently under construction. The remaining 13 houses will be located at 14-38 Vanderbilt Avenue and hit the market later this year.