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Rentals at Brooklyn’s 250N10 raise price bar for nabe

February 10, 2014 11:20AM

Renderings of 250 N. 10th Street

Renderings of 250 N. 10th Street

The luxury rental units at Williamsburg’s 250N10 are scaling new heights in an already pricey neighborhood.

Studios in the 232-unit LCOR-managed building are to hit the market asking as much as $3,600 per month, the New York Daily News reported — a number that flies by the Brooklyn average of $3,035. And while the rental rates for two-bedroom units hit a lofty $6,300 per month, they fall just short of nearby 111 Kent Avenue’s $7,200 high.

All the building’s units boast floor-to-ceiling windows, climate control and high-end appliances, while building amenities include a gym, Wifi throughout the common areas and cafe with a coffee bar. The building is slated for an April opening date, but a good chunk of work remains before then, according to the Daily News. At the moment, workers are topping off coats of paint and wallpaper. [NYDN]Julie Strickland

One Response to “Rentals at Brooklyn’s 250N10 raise price bar for nabe”

  1. February 10, 2014 at 4:56 pm, RealEstateLover2000 said:

    “in the throes” is what I think you meant to say. Putting aside how odd a phrase like that is to put in an article like this one.

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