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Building: 75 Grand Avenue

75 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11205
16 units2 storiesBuilt in 1951

Building Description

One to two bedroom brand-new luxury residences specifically designed for the “artist” in you. Located in historical Clinton Hill adjacent to the New Pratt Campus. These distinctive, sleek and beautifully constructed loft-like condominiums boast 16 f t ceilings complete with spacious mezzanine areas and ceiling to floor windows that guarantee abundant natural light. Each unit features Caesar stone countertops, European custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances including Liebherr, Sub-zero, Refrigerators, and Fulgor ovens. Gleaming Brazilian walnut flooring, magnificent bathrooms with heated floors and dual vanities leave no detail spared. Individually climate controlled central heat and A/C allows you to maintain your individual environment. Ranging from 700-2,000 sq ft in size some including multiple terraces with city views and outdoor space. Each home is thoughtfully designed to provide maximum space and storage at an incomparable quality of construction, style and value. 421A tax abatement benefits.

Building Amenities

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Building Facts

Facts 16 units2 storiesBuilt in 1951
Floorplans 8 floorplans available
Documents and Permits 12 documents and permits
Discussions 1 discussion
 
7 previous sales ($468 per ft² avg, $537,000 avg price)
Rentals Listings 1 active rental ($39 per ft² avg, $2,900 avg price)
20 previous rentals ($30 per ft² avg, $2,865 avg price)
 
Owned by: THE GRAND 73 LLC
Architect: Scarano & Associates
Sales and marketing: Prudential Douglas Elliman
Sales start: December 2009

Rentals - 1 active

$2,900 
  NO FEE
4 rooms, 1 bed
1 bath
883 ft²

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