NAVA's sustainable 210 Pacific is 60% sold; Handled by Brown Harris Stevens

June 23, 2015 - Green Buildings

210 Pacific Street, Boerum Hill - Brooklyn, NY

According to Brown Harris Stevens, the exclusive affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate, 210 Pacific St., a sustainably-designed building in Boerum Hill, is 60% sold since its launch in January.
210 Pacific St., designed and developed by NAVA companies, is a highly detailed eight-unit building that uses the Passive House approach to sustainability - employing extensive insulation, individual energy recovery systems and triple-glazed windows. These components all contribute toward an estimated 75% reduction in energy use for heating and cooling. The solar thermal system on the roof will provide the majority of the occupants hot water needs. Additional building amenities include direct elevator access to each residence, deeded interior parking with EV charging capability, a fitness room, common roof terrace and recreation space.
Five of the eight units have sold in the past four weeks, including all half-floor units and the second floor unit with a grand terrace. The remaining residences include the 5th and 6th floor units. These sprawling full floor apartments offer over 3,100 sf of interior space. Each has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, loft-sized custom kitchens, sumptuous master suites and private outdoor terraces. They are listed for $4.97 million and $5.25 million respectively. Gitu Ramani-Ruff, Deborah Zolan and Frans Preidel of Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing are overseeing sales.
The full-floor penthouse at 210 Pacific St. is newly available and offers nearly 2,800 s/f of interior space along with three terraces, totaling over 1,100 s/f of outdoor space. These terraces have protected views of the Manhattan skyline, brownstone Brooklyn, the harbor and the Statue of Liberty. This thoughtfully designed residence includes five-bedroom, three-bathroom, deeded parking, and a storage closet. This special home is offered at $5.53 million.

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