Scarano’s Green Condos Hit the Market


The environmentally friendly Bright ‘n Green condos designed by Robert Scarano in Brighton Beach hit the market last week, Sheepshead Bites reported. The 7,000-square-foot building at 67 Brighton 1st Lane has six units ranging from $295,000 for a studio to $795,000 for a two-bedroom loft with outdoor space.

The net-zero energy building will have solar panels, wind turbines and rainwater collection, and promises “urban farming” and a “migratory bird, bee and butterfly habitat,” according to its website. The apartments have “light-maximizing windows…composed of triple-glazed Krypton-filled solar thermal treated glass and installed inside double-sealed, air-tight insulated window frames,” as well as induction stoves, low-flow toilets and LED lighting.

There’s also a 1,000-square-foot commercial space on the ground floor that Scarano said he hopes to lease to a community-oriented tenant like a preschool or yoga studio, according to the press release sent out about the building. GMAP

Images via Bright n’ Green and Sheepshead Bites

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