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153 Remsen Street (Photos courtesy of Alan Hill) 153 Remsen Street (Photos courtesy of Alan Hill)
Brooklyn Heights is arguably the most beautiful neighborhood in New York City, largely because its residents have fought tooth and nail to keep it that way — it is the city’s first historic district after all. With the preservation movement embedded deep within its DNA, the neighborhood has managed to maintain immaculate pre-war blocks effectively restricting the number of modern buildings disrupting its placidity. But now, just outside the historic district, a rare ground-up rental has opened leasing brand-new no fee apartments from $3,845 per month.
153-Remsen-Street Google Earth aerial showing 153 Remsen in the future Downtown Brooklyn skyline (CItyRealty)
Simply addressed as 153 Remsen Street, the building is only the second full-service rental to open in the neighborhood in two decades. The project was incubated by Quinlan Development Group and Lonicera Partners, and its exterior composed of limestone and granite was designed by S9 Architecture.
Leasing kicked off in April and move-ins began in mid-June. Remaining apartments are priced from $3,845 for one-bedrooms, $4,874 for two-bedrooms and $6,392 for three-bedrooms. These prices reflect a limited time offer of one month free on 13-month leases.
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A newly unveiled model home showcases the contemporary lifestyle 153 Remsen brings to market. The model is a graciously-sized 3-bed / 2-bath home on the 16th floor with 1,389 square feet of living space. Well-proportioned rooms are enclosed by near-full-height windows and units boast ample closet space and an in-unit washer/dryer. Homes are finished in neutral shades with natural woods and stones to create what the team dubs “a classic and timeless aesthetic.”
There are only 2 to 4 homes per floor, some of which offer private outdoor terraces. Shared amenities include an attended lobby, a fitness center, and a children's playroom designed by Carmelo the Science Fellow. Topping the building is a landscaped roof terrace with iconic views of the lower Manhattan skyline.
153-Remsen Entrance of 153 Remsen
153-Remsen-04 Lobby
153-Remsen-43 Children's Playroom
The building is positioned on a quiet block between Clinton and Court Streets near the Borough Hall subway station where the 2,3,4,5 lines offer commuters 10-minute trips into Manhattan. A bounty of shopping and dining options can be found nearby along Montague Street and Fulton Street. The building is also three blocks from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and near Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Quinlan Development Group

Quinlan Development Group
153 Remsen Street Leasing
153 Remsen Street
New York, NY 10023
(718) 797-XXXX

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