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Boutique Park Slope condo wants to be a townhouse alternative

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Apartments in the new building start at $2.149 million

Name/Address: 432 Tenth Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn
Developer: East River Partners
Size: five stories, four condos
Prices: from $2.149 million
Sales and Marketing: Corcoran

Park Slope hasn’t garnered its reputation as a family-centric neighborhood for nothing—lest you forget neighborhood resident Patrick Stewart’s request to start a stroller lane—and one developer is taking neighborhood need to task. East River Partners just launched sales on their boutique building 423 Tenth Street, a new condo that ERP co-principal Joseph Cohen says will provide residents “an option that is more efficient and attainable than a brownstone” while still offering up two-, three-, and four-bedroom residences. (Albeit only four of them in total.)

The apartments are asking from $2.149 million and upwards, and include open kitchens with Statuarietto Venato stone slab countertops, custom cabinetry, a Dornbracht faucet, a Liebherr refrigerator, and a Bertazzoni range and oven; and master bathrooms with marble herringbone floors and Waterworks fixtures. Apartments also come with a Bosch washer and dryer, video intercom system, extra storage, and individually controlled heating and cooling systems.

A duplex garden apartment is the building’s largest, measuring 2,682 square feet. The apartment only has two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, but a basement accessory space that opens onto the private 1,074-square-foot backyard could be used as an extra bedroom.

The penthouse apartment measures 2,127 square feet and has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, a private rooftop terrace, and a living room with double-height ceilings.

Move-ins are slated to happen this spring.