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Lexe, 669 Saint Marks Avenue Lexe, 669 Saint Marks Avenue
New boutique condominium Lexè is located just outside the Crown Heights Historic District at 669 Saint Marks Avenue, and yet its height, materials, and facade are highly congruent with its surroundings. However, the five-story building's state-of-the-art infrastructure and sustainable materials are miles above its prewar neighbors and instrumental in its Passive House certification. The building was designed with an airtight seal that limits air leaks and drafts, thus keeping energy consumption to a minimum, and additional features include triple-pane windows, state-of-the-art individual ERV systems, and solar panels.
The 10 units inside comprise a one-bedroom maisonette duplex that has already entered contract, five two-bedroom units, and four three-bedroom units. One of the three-bedrooms opens up to a private garden, select two-bedrooms have private roof terraces, and exactly half the apartments have private balconies or terraces. Sales are underway with current availabilities starting at $1.345 million for two-bedrooms and $1.7 million for three-bedrooms.
Lexè was developed by Verdevelopment, a joint venture between Massimo Cocco’s Maskenada in partnership with local developer RYL Group. RYL Group’s portfolio includes 539 Hart Street (a Bushwick boutique condo with sustainable features and only one availability), The Azure (an ODA-designed condo in Clinton Hill with only one availability), and Ivy Park (an Upper West Side condo that is currently sold out).
Lexè is in a prime location two blocks from the Brooklyn Children’s Museum and a short distance from Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, and the myriad dining options of Nostrand, Bedford, and Franklin Avenues. Transportation options at Nostrand Avenue include the A, C, 2, 3, and 4 trains.

↓ All units feature interiors by Lago, an Italian company that uses materials with zero environmental impact and superior quality standards.

Crown Heights condos (DDReps)

↓ A model unit comes furnished with modular sofas, suspended coffee table, and suspended bed that allow for a number of design possibilities.

Brooklyn condos

↓ Open kitchens feature Wildwood oak countertops and X-Glass technology that renders patterns onto glass without consuming natural resources like stone, wood, and metal.

669 Saint Marks Avenue

↓ State-of-the-art appliances include Liebherr refrigerator, Elica NecolaTesla Switch induction stove, Miele convection oven, and Bosch dishwasher.

Crown Heights apartments

↓ Primary baths feature Lago double vanities, tankless toilet, and primary shower with rainforest head and handheld in attractive Matte black hardware.

669 Saint Marks Avenue

↓ “Residents can minimize their carbon footprint and live in sustainable chic luxury” – Steve Halpern, Founding Agent, Compass

Crown Heights apartments

↓ Two-bedrooms start at $1,345,000.

669-Saint-Marks-Avenue Floor plans (Compass)

↓ Three-bedrooms start at $1,700,000.

669 Saint Marks Avenue
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