Designed by the architect Ben Hansen, 126 19th Street is a boutique condominium featuring two bright and spacious duplex homes.
At almost 1700 square feet, residence 1 features a huge living space, open kitchen/dining area, 3 bedrooms, laundry room, massive storage room, sprawling backyard and separate garden studio.
The gracious kitchen features stunning Luce de Lune marble slab countertops, contemporary wood grained cabinetry, Elkay double bowl sink, glass tile backsplash, Bosch stainless steel cooktop and Miele dishwasher. Bathrooms boast oak wood and porcelain floors, marble tiled showers with Grohe fittings, Kohler bathtub, Duravit and Lacava vanities and Toto toilets. The unit features LG Split system heating and cooling, recessed lighting and solid stained hardwood floors throughout.
The south-facing backyard is perfect for gardening and entertaining, while the separate garden studio is ideal for an office, playroom or artists studio.
Greenwood offers a diverse Brooklyn neighborhood vibe and great quality of living. This effortlessly stylish home is located just minutes from the R, F, and G subway lines, Greenwood's fast-growing selection of trendy restaurants and bars and Industry City, with its outstanding food hall, retail and events.
Sunset Park, located between Park Slope and Bay Ridge, is the epitome of a melting pot neighborhood. It’s home to numerous thriving immigrant communities and is especially appealing to those who have been priced out of brownstones in more affluent neighborhoods like Park Slope and Carroll Gardens. True to its name, Sunset Park is nestled on an elevation that lends itself to unparalleled views of downtown Manhattan. Sunset Park is evolving to cater to a younger crowd — Industry City, art galleries, The Brooklyn Flea, and more are all enticing cultural highpoints that could sway residents who prefer the artisan comforts of city living.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more