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Rental that replaced Prospect Lefferts Gardens’s ‘Cubist avalanche’ launches

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The development is comprised of two buildings which hold a total of 50 apartments

Via Aspen Equities

The rental development that replaced Prospect Lefferts Gardens’s “Cubist avalanche” mansion is now complete, and leasing is currently underway on the two-building project. Now known as the Lawrence Brooklyn, the rental development is comprised of two seven-story buildings fronting on Parkside Avenue and Clarkson Avenue respectively, connected by a parking lot in the middle.

The two buildings offer up a total of 50 apartments—12 of them are studios, 23 are one-bedrooms, 14 are two-bedrooms, and there’s one large three-bedroom apartment that comes with a private roof deck. Already applications are out on 15 of the 50 apartments, Seth Brown, the principal at Aspen Equities, the development firm behind the rental, told Curbed.

Rents on the remaining studios start at $2285/month (net effective), one-bedrooms start at $2,377, two-bedrooms are asking from $2,999, and the three-bedroom wants $4,985/month (net effective).

Apartments here come with white oak floors; white quartz countertops and Bosch appliances in the kitchen; Kohler soaking tubs in the bathrooms; large windows; in-unit washer and dryers; free internet service for the first year; and all the units here come with some type of outdoor space.

Residents here also have access to a host of amenities including a roof deck with barbecue stations, a fitness center that comes equipped with a Peloton bike, a game room, a residents lounge, and a pet spa. Leasing at the Lawrence is being handled by Citi Habitats.

The Lawrence is now the latest luxury residence to see completion in the burgeoning Prospect Lefferts Gardens neighborhood. Just two months ago, an eight-story building with 170 apartments launched at 310 Clarkson Avenue, with apartments asking $1,900/month.