The boutique condo development offers comfort and convenience, including pantries, outdoor space, and an attended lobby.
Ryoko Okada and the architects of ODA New York have drawn from Japanese design principles that provide a cocoon from the outer world.
Tall doors and white oak floors maximize the natural light, while thermally treated casement windows minimize the cold winter drafts.
The building has distinctive interior finishes and three floors of amenities.
Leasing has begun at 181 Front Street, where the contemporary architecture recalls the area's industrial past.
The single-family townhouses offer four bedrooms, outdoor space and robotic parking.
One Park is a collection of 204 upscale Hudson River waterfront condominiums with world-class amenities just minutes from Manhattan.
The four-bedroom, single-family red-brick houses on 13th Street in Park Slope have stoops, tall windows, roof decks and robotic parking.
There are fresh and thoughtful touches throughout, from multi-paned casement windows to Restoration Hardware lighting.
These nine new condominium buildings share two important things: First, they place design at the top of their list of priorities, and second, they offer immediate or near future closings.