Avery Hall Investment’s 145 President development in Carroll Gardens launches sales

October 03, 2017 - Owners Developers & Managers
145 President - Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn, NY 145 President, a new condo located in Carroll Gardens, officially launched sales. The building is being designed and developed by Avery Hall Investments (AHI), a development firm known for its growing portfolio of buildings in the borough, and signifies the firm’s first project serving as developer and designer.

145 President St. features 17 residences, including two garden homes with private outdoor spaces and two penthouses. Ideal for families, all of the residences – except for one two-bedroom home – have three or four bedrooms. Although the building stands seven stories in height, it features views as well as large amounts of outdoor space, with eight of the homes including a private terrace or balcony and most featuring operable French door-inspired windows to allow for fresh air and natural light. 

145 President’s façade is comprised of handmade Danish bricks by brickworks Petersen Tegl, reflecting AHI’s intent to create a warm, timeless structure with depth and texture that is appropriate for the neighborhood. The building’s interiors are being designed with a nod towards Scandinavian modernism, exemplified by open, airy layouts featuring multiple exposures that further emphasize the holistic design and connection to the outdoors.

145 President also offers a robust amenities program for a building of its size and that includes two communal rooftop terraces with views that include the NYC Harbor, Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline from the World Trade Center to the Empire State Building, as well as a fitness center with Peloton live-streaming stationary bike, residents’ library with custom millwork, virtual doorman and package room. There will be a private storage unit included with every residence, and the building will offer bike storage. On-site indoor parking is available for purchase.

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