A pristine condo nestled just steps from Herbert Von King Park, this brand new 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom home is a paradigm of contemporary Bedford-Stuyvesant living. Features of the apartment include high-gloss white oak floors, large double-glazed Pella windows with northern exposure, recessed lighting, split-system heating and cooling, and a convenient, pre-installed washer/dryer hook-up.
Beyond a tasteful entryway space, the home flows into a bright, open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. The living room opens onto a charming Juliet balcony, while the kitchen is equipped with sleek granite countertops, a matching backsplash, custom cabinets, a Delta faucet, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances from Blomberg and Bosch. The bedroom boasts a reach-in closet and has easy access to an immaculate full bathroom outfitted with beautifully-tiled walls and floors and a high-tech medicine cabinet with integrated sound systems and a Bluetooth-controlled mirror.
18 By The Park is a brand new boutique condominium located in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The building has a charming brownstone fac¸ade, a video intercom system, and private storage units. It is surrounded by restaurants, bars, cafes, grocery stores, and shops, and is close to Herbert Von King Park, Kosciuszko Pool, and Brooklyn Stuy Dome. Nearby subway lines include the J and G. Pets are welcome.
This is not an offering, The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the File No. CD19-0104.
*Disclaimer: Taxes advertised include a 50% sponsor credit for the first 5 Years.
Located in the northern-central part of Brooklyn, the Bedford-Stuyvesant (affectionately abbreviated as Bed-Stuy) neighborhood borders Williamsburg, Clinton Hill, and Bushwick. Bed-Stuy is a diverse spot with no shortage of iconic Brooklyn brownstones. A favorite for families, Bed-Stuy has seen a recent influx of young professionals and artists. The neighborhood is a community unto itself; churches and community centers are deeply ingrained in Bed-Stuy’s cultural fabric, and remain an important part of its’ residents day-to-day gatherings.
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