Like so many before it, Clermont Greene, the 73-unit residential project at 181 Clermont Avenue in Fort Greene, has opened its doors to renters. The move comes less than a month after the first wave of condo closings began at the building. So far, 12 units have been put up for rent, with prices ranging from $2,350 for a 713-square-foot one-bedroom to $3,400 for a 1,054-square-foot two-bedroom.
Clermont Greene Listings [StreetEasy] GMAP
First Closings at Clermont Greene [Brownstoner]
A Little Momentum for FG Developments? [Brownstoner]
Clermont Greene Gets Its C of O [Brownstoner]
Checking In On Clermont Greene [Brownstoner]
Clermont Greene Gets a Facade But Still Needs Buyers [Brownstoner]
174 Vanderbilt Revealed: Clermont Greene [Brownstoner]
174 Vanderbilt: What a Difference Two Weeks Make [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: 174 Vanderbilt Plodding Along [Brownstoner]
Meltzer/Mandl Release Deets on 174 Vanderbilt [Brownstoner]
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