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Clinton Hill’s new Isaac & Stern-designed rental building gets ready to welcome tenants

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The 40-apartment rental building has recently launched leasing.

Katherine Marks.

After more than two years in the making, the 40-apartment rental building at 1007 Atlantic Avenue, designed by Isaac & Stern, is gearing up to welcome its future residents. Leasing on the building’s studios, one-, and two-bedrooms officially launched on June 6 and ten affordable apartments are currently accepting applications through the city’s Housing Connect lottery (h/t Bklyner).

To design the apartment interiors and building common spaces, developers Fulton Corner LLC tapped interior designer Hadas Metzler to bring luxury into the unassuming project. The foyer and entry embraces classic black and white checkered floor tiles paired with detailed wall moldings. A vibrant blue bookcase adds a pop of color to the otherwise plain space.

Martyn Gallina-Jones.
Martyn Gallina-Jones.

The apartments have been finished with white oak floors, black casement windows, recessed lighting, open kitchens with custom cabinetry, and bathrooms bedecked in Italian porcelain tile. Each apartment is equipped with a Bosch washer and dryer, a video intercom, and its own heat/air conditioning control system. A few of the apartments come with private terraces.

There are currently seven apartments up for grabs, ranging from a 453-square-foot studio for $2,169/month to a 791-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom that’s renting for $3,462.

Model unit photos by Katherine Marks.

There are your standard building amenities in place here: additional and bike storage, a virtual doorman, and a landscaped roof deck with seats and grilling stations that all pair nicely with views of the Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan skyline.

View from the roof deck.