Last week we took a walk around two of the model units in Naftali Group’s new luxury rental development, the Landmark Park Slope, where over 50 percent of the units are already rented and tenants have begun moving in. The building has some nice condo-type amenities, and the finishes are above average for a rental building. We looked at a one-bedroom unit with a balcony, which would rent for about $3,300, and a two-bedroom that would go for $4,300. By our back-of-the-envelope calculations, that’s in the ballpark of about $6 or so per square foot for interior space per month, about average these days for new developments in prime areas. There is a gym and parking garage, and tenants in every apartment can rent an extra storage closet in the hall on their floor for an additional $75 a month. There’s also a rooftop terrace with a grill and an outdoor terrace on one of the middle floors (both of which have wi-fi). is handling all of the development’s marketing and leasing. Click through to the jump to see interior shots. What do you think of it?


Half the units at Naftali Group’s new luxury rental development in Park Slope have been leased since the listings came on the market a month ago, and tenants are already moving in, The Real Deal reported. The apartments in the Karl Fischer-designed tower are going quickly because of its location on the border of established Park Slope and emerging Gowanus, plus rentals are scarce in the area, according to David Maundrell of, which is marketing the building.

Rents at the 104-unit, 12-story high-rise at 267 6th Street start at $2,150 a month for studios, $2,500 for one-bedrooms, and $3,800 for a two-bedroom. Also, seven penthouses are going for prices ranging from $3,200 to $5,100 a month. When leasing started August 9, there were already 800 potential renters on the waiting list; 100 showing were scheduled in the first three days. GMAP

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