Just Sold, 109 Gold Switches to Rental

April 20, 2012 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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By Linda Collins

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

VINEGAR HILL — Just weeks after it changed hands, a brand-new residential building in Vinegar Hill is advertising its 33 units as rentals and was scheduled for its first open house on Sunday.

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As the Eagle reported on March 30, Massey Knakal Realty Services confirmed the sale of the already-completed residential development at 109 Gold St., corner of York Street, for $14.5 million. Stephen Palmese, director of sales for Massey Knakal, handled the sale.

The new owner of the all-new-construction seven-story, 36,944-square-foot luxury condo building decided to market it as a rental building “because the rental market is so strong right now,” Palmese said at the time, adding, “New construction, luxury properties are the most sought-after asset class, yet the rarest.”

It has 33 units, averaging approximately 725 square feet in a mix of studios to two-bedrooms, some with home offices. The building, which has already received its final Certificate of Occupancy, has 17 on-site parking spaces.

Rents for the luxury apartments begin at $2,000, according to Andrew Barrocas of MNS, a Manhattan-based residential marketing firm, who will oversee the leasing office headed by Shana Bowes.

“We expect that these well-crafted units will lease up very quickly,” she said, adding that potential residents will be drawn to the package of amenities, which includes an entry garden, lobby with WiFi, a furnished roof deck, fitness center and on-site parking.

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