Waverly Brooklyn, the 48-condo building developed by Orange Management on the site of a Clinton Hill parking lot, launched sales in late June. Now nearly complete, the building at 500 Waverly Avenue has unveiled its two model units designed by Highlyann Krasnow and her team at The Design High. The first, a three-bedroom, shows off a decent-sized living area with a dining nook. The apartment comes with two full baths, one of which is a master bedroom en suite. The same apartment on the floor above is asking $1.625 million, and is the priciest condo in the building that’s currently on the market.
The second model (of which there is only one photograph) is an efficient 642-square-foot one-bedroom. The same apartment on the floor above is asking $790,000. Prices in the building start around $595,000.
All apartments in the building come with kitchens decked out in honed quartz countertops, oak and white lacquer cabinetry, and appliances by Bosch, Bertazzoni, Grohe and Liebherr. Bathrooms have Italian porcelain floor tile and wood vanities with Calacatta Oro quartz. All apartments in the building also have in-unit washers and dryers.
The building’s amenities are standard issue—an attended lobby, resident terrace and landscaped roof deck, gym, and bike parking—but for one more unusual amenity: automated parking.