Oestreicher Properties, a fully integrated real estate. and GPB Capital Holdings, an asset management firm, announced the commencement of sales at 211 Schermerhorn, the boutique condominium building, located in Brooklyn’s historic Boerum Hill neighborhood.
Architect Morris Adjmi has crafted a modern interpretation of New York’s classic apartment buildings for 211 Schermerhorn. Standout architectural features include large industrial-inspired windows, clean lines, and textured Danish brick, along with other rich finishes and details, that give the traditional form a distinctly contemporary feeling inside and out.
The custom interiors for the 48 residences at 211 Schermerhorn are timelessly beautiful with nine-foot ceilings, and matte oil-finished oak floors in varying widths and lengths. Boerum Hill is a charming neighborhood coveted for its historic feel and modern influences.
The emergence of fine dining destinations on Smith Street have helped brand Boerum Hill as a desirable and fashionable Brooklyn community rife with boutiques and a booming culinary scene. A 24-hour attended lobby features Lagos Azul limestone and an original work of art by a Brooklyn-based artist.
Other services include bike storage and private storage units available for purchase. The building also includes 10,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. Kitchens boast large islands with honed Carrera marble countertops, tile-patterned backsplashes and solid white oak custom cabinetry with integrated pulls.
Three penthouses on the building’s highest floors feature outdoor terraces and 10-foot ceilings. Master bathrooms will be appointed with honed Bianco Carrara marble floors in a herringbone pattern, custom solid white oak vanities with honed Bianco Bello marble countertops and walls, and glass enclosed walk-in showers.
All homes will feature individually controlled, energy efficient, multi-zone heating and cooling and full-size stacked Bosch washers and dryers. The building will also feature an extensive suite of lifestyle amenities and services, including a fully equipped fitness center, game room, children’s playroom, lounge and media room.
Residents will have access to a communal rooftop garden spanning 1,138 feet with gorgeous views of Manhattan and the New York Harbor, and will include an adjacent kitchen with a gas grill and built-in cabinetry. Source and images Courtesy of M18 Public Relations.
Article by Marco Rinaldi