A small luxury building at 161 Columbia Street in Brooklyn has just launched sales for its a few of its eight pricey condos. The building, developed by Avery Hall Investments and OTL Enterprises, who replaced a gas station at 325 Henry Street with an eight-unit condo building, features an unassuming facade, however its amenities are those you’d come to expect with any new luxury project.
A one-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom with its own garden is asking $1.93 million while a two-bedroom, two-bathroom with a private terrace that boasts views of Manhattan is going for $1.55 million. Though they haven’t hit the market yet, there are two duplex townhouse garden units, each with their own private outdoor space, for a price that hasn’t been revealed yet but will certainly be expensive. Eventually, 161 Columbia, as it has been named, will offer two duplex penthouses with three bedrooms each and panoramic roof decks, for $2.125 million.
As far the apartments themselves, they boast open floorplans with high ceilings and oversized windows. The kitchens have been decked out with fancy Miele appliances, custom cabinetry, and Italian marble countertops.
The building’s amenities include a storage room, bicycle room, and video intercom.
- 161 Columbia [Official]
- Listing: 161 Columbia, Apt. 3B [Corcoran]
- Listing: 161 Columbia, Apt. 1B [Corcoran]
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