Luxury development is making its mark on the traditional Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights.
As recently reported by The New York Times, a new full-service condominium project has arrived on Montgomery Street. Called 111 Montgomery, the building, which topped out this past winter, measures 12 stories and contains 163 apartments. Developed by CIM Group and LIVWRK, the project's interiors were designed by the architectural firm Mesarch Studio.
Among 111 Montgomery's features, according to the project’s website, include a fitness center; a children's playroom that evokes the feeling of camping at Prospect Park; a community garden with lounge seating; a landscaped rooftop terrace with views of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum and the Manhattan skyline; a sun-lit residents lounge; and private mail and package storage areas.
The residences has white oak wide plank flooring; painted walls with an eco-friendly finish; double-glazed aluminum windows; concrete countertops and Bosch kitchen appliances; and a bathroom with porcelain-tiled flooring and a deep soaking tub.
Prices for the units range from the starting price of $499,000 for studios, to at least $1.72 million for two three-bedroom apartments, the Times reported. A year's membership to the nearby Botanic Gardens comes with the purchase.
Brokerage firm Compass is handling the development’s sales, which were launched in May, according to Curbed.
David Chiu is an associate editor at The Cooperator.