Pace of No. 223 Lease-Up Quickens as the Park Slope Building Receives Initial TCO
November 7, 2018
Park Slope residents seeking luxury living are flocking to No. 223, a newly constructed 13-story apartment building in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, with many of the units already spoken for, according to Greystone Development, a New York-based real estate development company. Located between Union and President Streets on 4th Avenue, the modern building offers well-considered amenities in addition to an ideal location adjacent to the Union Street MTA station.
No. 223 offers 63 residences, including spacious studio, 1- and 2-bedroom units ranging from approximately 400 to 1,060 square feet, some with outdoor space. The sleek, attractive interiors and finishes continue throughout the homes 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 exhibited in galleries locally. Hibit has also exhibited nationally at the Curator’s Office in Washington D.C., the Geoffrey Young Gallery in Great Barrington, MA, and the University of Vermont.
“The response to No. 223 has been tremendous – the first residents are sure to enjoy all that the neighborhood and building has to offer as they settle into their new homes. The building’s unique features and modern details stand out in Park Slope, which our residents find appealing,” said Thomas Ryan, head of Greystone Development. “No. 223 has been truly welcomed into this community, and we’re proud to now be able to say ‘welcome home’ to residents.”
A limited number of units at No. 223 are currently available through real estate brokerage firm MNS, the exclusive leasing agent, with net effective rents starting at $2,500.