Two to Four Bedroom Luxury Condominiums in Park Slope with Stroller Valet, Children’s Playroom, and much more
251 First is a new luxury condominium building located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, a neighborhood coveted for its brownstones and tree-lined streets. Brooklyn today reflects a dynamic combination of historic and landmarked housing, coupled with modern, new developments. 251 First Street embraces that combination.
The Fourth Avenue corridor in Brooklyn – which spans from Boerum Hill to Gowanus and Park Slope – has seen tremendous growth. An influx of new developments from highly-rated schools, restaurants, nightlife, hotels, and luxury residential buildings have come into the “Park Avenue” of Brooklyn. Today it reflects a dynamic combination of historic and landmarked buildings, coupled with modern, new developments. One of the newest high-end condominium buildings to settle into Fourth Avenue is 251 First. 251 First Street is set in Park Slope, a neighborhood coveted for its brownstones, tree-lined streets, and top schools.
Like stairways to the sky, the terraces and setbacks of 251 First Street define a collection of homes whose unique floor plans utilize space and light to the best advantage of each residence. The 44 modern two- to four-bedroom condominium residences are designed by the award-winning architecture firm ODA New York, which took inspiration from the leafy and historic Park Slope brownstone neighborhood. 251 First also features spacious penthouses with private outdoor terraces and skyline views.
251 First offers an abundance of amenities located across three floors, which include a stroller valet, landscaped courtyard, 24-hour concierge, private gym with yoga area, library, children’s playroom, common roof terrace with an outdoor kitchen and dining area, bicycle storage, and even a pet-grooming station.
Starting from Barclays Center, the landmark sports and entertainment center, and home to the Brooklyn Nets, Fourth Avenue is a gateway to a treasure trove of nightlife, boutique shops, and a celebrated restaurant scene. Not only are dining options in abundance, but Whole Foods is just a block off Fourth Avenue if you prefer to eat in. A recent New York Post article, Gentrilennials Strike, covers Fourth Avenue’s rise. “It also reveals much of what’s arrived since: a gaggle of ritzy residential buildings. The Whole Foods Market on Third Avenue has been a huge plus since it opened in 2013. The Rock Shop and Mission Dolores are neighboring Fourth Avenue bars off the Union Street R station. Folks can also drink up at Threes Brewing, which stands just off Fourth, or grab a bite at the roomy — and delicious — Dinosaur Bar-B-Que three blocks south.”
An urban oasis, 251 First incorporates natural materials and textures to create an environment that is artistic and optimistic. For 251 First embraces individuality. It stands for originality. It defies formula. The two- to four-bedroom residences are priced from $1,300,000 to $3,000,000. When complete, 251 First Street will have a 15-year tax abatement for buyers. Occupancy Early 2017.
Please visit www.251First.com for more information.