Condos at 610 Warren Street are now up for grabs from $950,000
Name/Address: Six Ten Warren, 610 Warren Street
Developer: Adam America Real Estate
Architect: Issac & Stern
Size: seven stories, 31 condos
Prices: from $950,000
Sales & Marketing: Halstead Property Development Marketing
The condofication of Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue continues with 610 Warren Street, the rising 31-apartment development that just launched sales from $950,000. For 610 Warren Street, developer Adam America Real Estate—who’s working on three other developments along Brooklyn’s "Canyon of Mediocrity"—teamed up with ubiquitous architecture firm Issac & Stern. But to be clear, the condos face onto Warren and are one building removed from Brooklyn's notorious throughway.
The sales launch comes with a new website and first renderings of the buildings interiors, which are designed by CetraRuddy alum and of-the-minute interiors guru Paris Forino. The apartments are large, averaging over 1,150 square feet, and range from one to four bedrooms. Some one-bedrooms in the building have home offices. 610 Warren will also have duplex and triplex penthouses with private terraces, and two garden duplexes with private patios. One of the garden duplexes is now on the market asking $1.85 million.
Other residences on the market include a 789-square-foot 1BR/1BA asking $950,000, and 1,047-square-foot 2BR/2BA asking $1.295 million, and a 1,424-square-foot 3BR/2.5BA with a 64-square-foot terrace asking $1.895 million.
Building amenities include a rooftop terrace with barbecues, a gym, a pet grooming room, a children’s playroom, a resident’s lounge with a screening area, kitchen and billiards table, a private parking garage with electric car charging stations, bike storage, and a lobby attended by a part-time doorman and virtual doorman. Personal storage is also available for purchase. Construction is expected to be complete in 2017.
- 610 Warren [official]
- Issac & Stern's Boerum Hill Apartment Building Gets an Upgraded Look [Curbed]
- Issac & Stern Building to Join Brooklyn's 'Canyon of Mediocrity' [Curbed]