Five-Story ’boutique’ condo building opens sales in Bushwick
In this day and age of 30-, 40- and 50-story condo buildings, a condo building standing just five stories in height, with eight units, has opened sales in Bushwick.
The building is 373 Palmetto, which the real estate firm The InHouse Group is marketing, calls a boutique building. Its modern design, with exterior composed of contemporary Roman brick, and peaceful colors create “a point of resonance with the surrounding buildings as well as the classic pre-war architecture for which New York is known.”
The InHouse Group adds that its floor-to-ceiling windows and tall ceiling further creates a feeling of warmth.
The building’s units, according to The InHouse Group, feature modern chef’s kitchens with marble waterfall countertops, deep sinks, lit shelves, and a Blomberg refrigerator and stove top with pot filler. Bedrooms have been outfitted with spacious closets and floor-to-ceiling windows. Primary bathrooms include a soaking tub with waterfall shower head, massive medicine cabinet and modern fixtures.
A washer/dryer hookup has also been integrated into each home. In addition to the communal roof terrace, residents at 373 Palmetto also have access to onsite storage.
The condominium is a short walk from the L and M trains, providing residents with quick and easy access to Manhattan as well as other neighboring areas like Williamsburg and Greenpoint. Some of Bushwick’s best-known restaurants and bars, including Nicandra’s and L’Imprimerie, are also nearby.
Two newly completed on-site model homes by the InHouse Group offer prospective buyers the opportunity to envision life at the condominium firsthand. Pricing starts at $599,000 and tops out at $1.1 million.
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