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In Park Slope, boutique condos with private outdoor space launch from $1.675M

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Pricing for the nine units now starts at $1.6M

Photos by Katherine Marks

A boutique Park Slope condo, 225 14th Street (located on the cusp of the neighborhood’s border with Gowanus, between Fourth and Fifth avenues), has just kicked off sales. There are nine total apartments, all three- and four-bedrooms with their own private outdoor space. StreetEasy has two listings up, both of which are three-bedroom units asking $1.675 million and $1.725 million. Halstead’s Aguayo Team is handling marketing and sales.

The five-story building was developed and designed by EDG Development, with Busta Studio in charge of interiors. Each pad comes finished with European white oak flooring, bleached walnut entry doors, eight-foot windows, a Bosch washer and dryer, high-efficiency zoned heating and cooling, and a private terrace. Outdoor spaces overlook the street or face the rear garden.

The kitchens feature marble countertops and backsplash, custom white lacquer cabinetry, and a stained white oak veneer island with breakfast bar. On top of the customary fancy appliances, there's an under-counter microwave drawer and under-counter wine refrigerator.

Master bathrooms are finished with grey marble flooring and white porcelain slab walls. Custom floating stained oak dual-vanities are accompanied by backlit mirrored medicine cabinets. The walls are heated, too. Secondary bathrooms also have a grey marble flooring and countertops.

As for building amenities, those include a lobby lounge, garden terrace, fitness studio, children’s play room, 24-hour cyber doorman, bike storage room and package room. (Storage units and onsite garage parking spaces are available for purchase.) Occupancy is expected quite soon—residents should be moving in by this summer.