It took a while, but the boutique condo development at 161 Columbia Street in Brooklyn is officially on the market.
The eight-unit project was due to launch sales back in May, but decided to hold off until the model unit (pictured here) was ready for its debut. Now, the building—developed by Avery Hall Investments and OTL Enterprises—has put four of those eight pricey apartments up for grabs. The building itself is designed by Bricolage Architecture & Design.
The available units are a 1,135-square-foot two-bedroom for $1.5 million; a slightly larger two-bedroom, two-bathroom that’s going for $1.55 million; a three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit for $1.85 million; and three-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom penthouse asking $2.125 million.
As we’ve previously noted, the residences have open layouts and come in both duplex and townhouse garden variants as well as two duplex penthouses with panoramic roof decks. Features include oversized windows, high ceilings, and chef’s kitchens with custom cabinetry. A storage room, bicycle room, and video intercom are part of the building’s amenity package.
Corcoran is handling listings for the development—check out floorplans below.
UPDATE: A previous version of this post noted Morris Adjmi as the architect, when it is Bricolage Architecture & Design. Curbed regrets the error.