The giant Hope Street conversion is just about ready for renters. This comes after the building changed hands a few times and finally went into construction mode in late 2011. The 117 rentals range from studios to one-bedrooms, one-bedrooms with offices, two-bedrooms and duplex units. No prices yet, but the 55 Hope Website has floorplans and interior renderings. Here’s what the brokers say about the units themselves:
“All lofts have soaring, exposed concrete ceilings, large windows frame the classic urban and Manhattan views. Wide plank oak floors, eight-foot solid core doors, white glass counter tops, imported Italian chef’s kitchens with stainless steel appliances, Kohler fixtures and spa like bathrooms with soaking tubs, Toto toilets and washer/dryers.”
There’s also a virtual doorman, huge rooftop patio, and a fitness center. The official building opening should come in the next few weeks. Some interior renderings are posted after the jump. Do you like what you see?
Inside the Massive Hope Street Conversion in Williamsburg [Brownstoner]
65 Hope Looking Spiffy [Brownstoner]
65 Hope Street Conversion Finally Happening [Brownstoner]
65 Hope Street Back in Action [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB