The tech company has reportedly leased a 12,000-square-foot space on the ground floor of the Two Trees Management-developed building. The off-market deal included a 10-year lease for an undisclosed monthly rent.
Brokers describe this 5,600-square-foot townhouse in Fort Greene as the "star of numerous television series, movies and commercials," and you can get a little sense of why that is when you look at the listing’s photos.
The buildings, located at 164 South Oxford Street and 171 South Portland Avenue feature a mix of one, two, three, and four-bedrooms. Both buildings share a 60-foot rear garden space. Prices start at $1.425 million.
A previous developer already broke ground on the project, but has now decided to focus on other projects like the 51-story condo, The Beekman, in FiDi. As a result, Pier57 developers, RXR Realty have taken over.
Pricespotter is Curbed's pricing guessing game, and today, we're looking at an extremely colorful cozy Fort Greene co-op overlooking a secluded garden. How much do you think this place is asking? Take a guess, and remember, no cheating.
The Two Trees Management-developed project also has a significant cultural component. About 50,000 square feet have been set aside for dance studios, an experimental library, BAM’s expansion of its cinemas, and an art museum.
Two neighborhood groups have announced an initiative that will help the new development-heavy neighborhood maintain its cultural identity. Culture Forward calls for the creation of new artist studios, affordable housing workshops for artists, and more.
Apartments at the Gotham Organization-developed building range in size from studios to three bedrooms with apartments averaging just under 850-square-feet. The building also has over 24,000 square feet of commercial space.
For ten years, KelSo Beer Co. has operated its brewery out of their space at 529 Waverly Avenue in Clinton Hill. But now, after a $10,000/month rent spike, the company is being forced to find a home elsewhere.
In an effort to keep his commitment of building tens of thousands of units of affordable housing, Mayor de Blasio plans to announce the creation of nearly 500 affordable housing units for low-income tenants in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
The hospital wants to use proceeds from the sale to build a new urgent care center and renovate the floors in the existing hospital building. The hospital lease on the Maynard Building won't expire until 2019 however.
The property has a potential for 331,500 square feet of residential development as of right. The hospital tried to sell the place back in 2014, but withdrew at the time. The current RFP ends on April 14, 2016.