No. 223, in Desirable Park Slope Location, is Over 50 Percent Leased
April 1, 2019
Demand is High for Greystone Development’s 13-Story Modern Residential Building
Greystone Development, a New York-based real estate development company, announced today that No. 223, a newly-constructed 13-story apartment building next to Brooklyn’s landmarked Public Bath No. 7 in Park Slope, is over 50 percent leased. Victoria Silvers and Nicholas Lonsbury of MNS are exclusively handling the leasing for the property.
Located between Union and President Streets on 4th Avenue, No. 223 offers 63 residences, including spacious no-fee studio, 1- and 2-bedroom units ranging from approximately 400 to 1,060 square feet, some with outdoor space. Net effective rents begin at $2,475 per month for a studio.
Daniel Goldner Architects designed the building, which is clad in red brick at street level to echo the existing architecture of the neighborhood.
Each residence offers sleek, attractive interiors and finishes, with maximized light and air pouring through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The building features a virtual doorman; part-time attended lobby; a double-height residents’ lounge with a designated catering kitchen; a furnished, landscaped roof deck with unparalleled views of Manhattan; and bicycle storage.
The lobby features custom artwork from the well-known pop culture artist Eric Hibit, whose vibrant paintings have been on exhibit in local galleries and at the Curator’s Office in Washington D.C., the Geoffrey Young Gallery in Great Barrington, MA, and the University of Vermont.
“Our leasing success to date indicates strong demand for a modern property with valuable lifestyle amenities that invite residents to meet, relax and entertain. No. 223 truly resonates with residents who want well-appointed homes in one of Brooklyn’s most sought-after neighborhoods,” said Thomas Ryan, head of Greystone Development.
No. 223 is ideally located next to the Union Street MTA station, and is within walking distance of a wide variety of restaurants and retail shops including Whole Foods, Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club, Brooklyn Boulders, Pig Beach, Blink Fitness, Dinosaur BBQ, and 5th Avenue boutiques.