Skip to Content
Get Access to Off-Market Listings.
CityRealty Logo
The following is a list of links to City Realty pages. For screen reader users, all links are visible at all time, so you may ignore the control buttons
The following is a list of links to City Realty pages. For screen reader users, all links are visible at all time, so you may ignore the control buttons
 
 
For screen reader users, all slides are visible at all time so you may ignore the control buttons
A blog from CityRealty (Links below will take you to the 6sqft site)

Features

All images of 131 Devoe Street via Compass All images of 131 Devoe Street via Compass
Despite its prosaic architecture, East Williamsburg has been one of the hottest residential real estate markets in Brooklyn. Once thought as the red-headed stepchild to the Williamsburg blocks west of the BQE, the neighborhood has attracted residents in search of deals, and those who find charm in its low scale, tree-lined side streets, and interesting independent businesses (both old and new). These perks, in conjunction with quick access to Manhattan and other parts of Brooklyn and Queens, make the neighborhood popular for new graduates, new New Yorkers, and first-time homebuyers looking to set down roots in the city.
Around the corner from the Graham Avenue L train station, a small-scale condominium is wrapping up construction at 131 Devoe Street. Constrained by zoning restrictions, the mid-block building stands just five floors tall and accommodates 10 studio- to 3-bedroom apartments inside. According to construction permits filed back in 2017, Joe Eisner's Eisner Design is the architect and Steven Ferguson's Saddle Rock Equities is the owner. The design-build team purchased the 50-foot-wide property in 2016 for $3.8 million according to city records.
The exterior rendering portrays a contemporary yet inoffensive design of framed, three-story-high window bays set against light-colored masonry. The top floor is setback helping provide an incredible wrap-around terrace for a two-bedroom penthouse.
 
 
 
 
131-Devoe-Street-02
Enlarge Image
131-Devoe-Street-03
Enlarge Image
131-Devoe-Street-04
Enlarge Image
131-Devoe-Street-05
Enlarge Image
131-Devoe-Street-07
Enlarge Image
131-Devoe-Street-09
Enlarge Image
 
 
 
 
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
Enlarge Image
The Compass-led marketing team touts, "The bespoke, elegant facade complements the luxurious and understated interior design within." The first listings to debut publicly are a two-bedroom priced at $1.15M and a three-bedroom asking $1.725M. Most apartments come with outdoor space, either in the form of a balcony or terrace. Model interiors show finishes are sleek, windows are large, and kitchens are highly-functional.
Amenities include an unnecessary 9-car parking garage (given its location near the subway), a bike room, virtual intercom, and a common roof deck and lounge. Nearby hotspots include Llama Inn, Mesa Coyoacan, The Meat Hook, The Blue Stove, Kings County Imperial Suzume, Okonomi and Campbell Cheese & Grocery.
131-Devoe-Street-03 Rendering and an old streetview of the project site showing East Williamsburg's humble context

Schedule an Appointment
To tour this property, just complete the information below.
  1. Your message (optional)
  2. Your name
  3. Your phone
  4. Your email address
Or call us at (212) 755-5544

Additional Info About the Building

 
Book a Tour or get more information about any of these properties