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New Batch of Townhouses Near Brooklyn Navy Yard Ask From $2M

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The 13 townhouses join ten that already hit the market in 2015

It's only been about six months since the ten Navy Green townhouses launched sales, but things have been moving at a steady clip at the Brooklyn Navy Yard-adjacent development since then. Those homes are now 80 percent sold, and as a result of that, the second and final batch of 13 townhouses, located at 14-38 Vanderbilt Avenue, are now on the market after soft-launching in the fall.

Much like the first batch, located on Clermont Avenue, the Vanderbilt homes were designed by FXFOWLE and Curtis + Ginsberg Architects. They measure roughly 3,000 square feet and have either three or four bedrooms, with two full bathrooms, a media room, and in-home laundry, along with private outdoor spaces. The two Vanderbilt Avenue homes that are currently listed on Navy Green's website, nos. 38 and 32, are listed at $2.1 million and $2.2 million, respectively.

The townhouses are just one component of the larger Navy Green development, which also includes 98 condos (which have since sold out), along with two all-affordable buildings that were completed in 2012.

Here's a floorplan for the Vanderbilt Avenue houses:

And more looks at the model unit: