Be@Schermerhorn

189 Schermerhorn Street

75

Be@Schermerhorn, 189 Schermerhorn Street has received a CityRealty Rating of 75, based on:

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Be@Schermerhorn - 189 Schermerhorn Street

Nearby Subway Stations

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    • Hoyt Street (at Bridge and Fulton) (0.11 miles)
     
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    • Hoyt Street (at Bridge and Fulton) (0.11 miles)
     
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    • DeKalb Av (at Flatbush Ave and Fleet) (0.25 miles)
     
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    • Lawrence Street (at Willoughby) (0.20 miles)
     
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    • DeKalb Av (at Flatbush Ave and Fleet) (0.25 miles)
     
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    • Lawrence Street (at Willoughby) (0.20 miles)
     
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    • Hoyt & Schermerhorn (at Schermerhorn) (0.09 miles)
     
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    • Borough Hall (at Court and Joralemon) (0.29 miles)
     
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    • Borough Hall (at Court and Joralemon) (0.29 miles)
     
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    • Hoyt & Schermerhorn (at Schermerhorn) (0.09 miles)
     
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    • Hoyt & Schermerhorn (at Schermerhorn) (0.09 miles)
     
   

Info & Ratings - Overview

Building Summary

$971
 
3.5
6 Mo Change
Avg. Price / Ft2 (39 sales in past 12 months)
 
  • 2010Year Built
  • 246Apartments
  • 25Floors

Overview

This 25-story residential condominium building is located in Downtown Brooklyn and is very convenient to excellent public transportation.

It has 218 apartments in its tower and 28 apartments in an adjoining 6-story building.

It was developed by SDS Procida of which Mario Procida is the principal.

The Stephen B. Jacobs Group was the architect. The building’s façades are subtly modulated with shallow indentations and slight angles.

It opened in 2010.

The building has a curved, metal entrance marquee and a revolving entrance door. It has a 24-hour doorman/concierge, a garage, a residents’ lounge, a fitness center, bicycle storage, and a landscaped courtyard.

The building also has a roof deck with cabanas and views of the Manhattan skyline, some terraces and about 15,000-square feet of commercial space. Apartments have open-plan kitchens with Blizzard CaesarStone countertops and backsplaches and white lacquer cabinetry and white oak flooring.

The building was nearly completed when construction stopped and buyers were given refunds because of the construction delays. A July 22, 2010 article in The New York Times by Vivian S. Toy said that after standing unfinished and vacant for most of 2009, Jamestown Properties, the Atlanta-based investment firm that was an original equity partner in the building, purchased the building’s mortgage, however, in November, 2009 and retained SDS Procida as the developer.

The article said that Michael Phillips, the creative director of Jamestown said...

Carter Horsley's Review of Be@Schermerhorn, 189 Schermerhorn Street

Features & Amenities

  • Attended Lobby
  • Concierge
  • FT Doorman
  • Hi Rise
  • Post War
  • Basement Storage
  • Central AC
  • Full Service Garage
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Center

Pros

  • High floors have views of Manhattan
  • Central location in Downtown Brooklyn
  • Excellent public transportation
  • Garage
  • Concierge
  • Revolving door entrance with marquee
  • Roof deck
  • Some balconies
  • Fitness center
  • Storage spaces

Cons

  • Many apartments
  • No fireplaces
  • No sidewalk landscaping

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