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Interior images via Douglas Elliman Interior images via Douglas Elliman
New boutique developments are springing up all around East Williamsburg's humble aluminum-sided blocks. Many of the interlopers are ungainly and add little to the neighborhood's low-scale, tree-lined fabric, while others intend to introduce a sense of chicness and the same high-minded design that has swept across central areas of the city in recent years.
Coming in the latter category is a new seven-unit condominium finishing construction at 196 Devoe Street. Usurping a tired two-story house, the new building hosts five one-bedroom apartments with balconies, a floor-through garden duplex, and a two-bedroom penthouse with its own private terrace. The three available half-floor one-bedrooms are priced between $629K and $895K, while the duplex penthouse is asking a cool $1.095M.
196 Devoe Street Willaimsburg apartments An understated modern exterior with wood trim was designed by INFOCUS
According to the marketing team, residences at 196 Devoe are carefully crafted with a focus on a clean aesthetic. Touted are contemporary yet timeless finishes that they claim to make for "an amazing investment opportunity or a place to truly call home." All residences have open-concept layouts fitted with wide-plank white oak flooring, Pella windows, a vented washer/dryer, and a central heating and cooling system with multiple zones.
Kitchens have sleek custom German cabinetry crafted by Nolte, an integrated appliance package from Bosch and Bloomberg, and brass-toned hardware and fixtures. Baths have radiant heated floors, a deep soaking tub, wall hung toilets, heated towel racks, and are clad in porcelain tiles.
The building's location between Graham Avenue and Humboldt Street puts it within walking distance to Cooper Park and around the corner from the L train's Graham Avenue subway station. Cooper Park is a hidden gem offering a Saturday farmer's market during warmer months, a dog run, tennis courts, and basketball courts. Nearby restaurants and shops include Concord Hill, Mesa Coyoacan, Basik, Harefield Road, Hungry Ghost Coffee, and Grass Roots Juicery.
Rendering of private penthouse terrace

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