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Karl Fischer’s Landmark Park Slope 50% leased in only a month

Naftali’s Brooklyn rental tower had 800 names on waiting list

September 10, 2013 12:30PM
By Hayley Kaplan

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Landmark Park Slope at 267 Sixth Street, Brooklyn

Landmark Park Slope at 267 Sixth Street, Brooklyn

Landmark Park Slope, the Naftali Group’s new Brooklyn luxury rental tower designed by Karl Fischer, is already half leased and residents are moving in, The Real Deal has learned exclusively.

The 104-unit building, at 267 Sixth Street, had 800 potential tenants on its waiting list when Landmark Park Slope began leasing began Aug. 9 and more than 100 appointments in the first three days, said David Maundrell of aptsandlofts.com, which is handling the leasing and marketing.

Landmark Park Slope is benefitting from its location, on the border of Gowanus, along with the lack of rental apartments in the area. “You’re on the border of an emerging neighborhood [Gowanus] plus you have established Park Slope,” he said, adding that there’s “very little competition in this area.”

Monthly rents start at $2,150 for a studio, $2,500 for a one-bedroom and $3,800 for a two-bedroom. Seven penthouses range from $3,200 to $5,100 a month, Maundrell said.

Apartments include floor-to-ceiling windows and white oak hardwood floors; building amenities include a concierge service, a media lounge with wet bar and a roof deck overlooking Manhattan with private cabanas.

The 12-story high-rise is one of three buildings that Fischer has designed of late. He also has buildings in the works at 427 East 12th Street in Manhattan’s East Village and Brooklyn’s 23 Bleecker Street in Bushwick, as previously reported.

  • Nendo

    I just saw one of the 2 bedrooms in this building. $4200 a month for about 850 square feet. Tiny. Very bad construction quality. A mess. Is this place built by the same people who did 500 4th Ave. where the balconies are a problem, or the Novo where there are lawsuits between residents and the builder?

  • Alfonce

    could the rooms be any smaller??.
    and WTF is with the kitchens constantly being in the living room.

    I think they suck.

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