MNS takes over for Halstead at 2280 FDB

TRD New York /
Oct.October 11, 2011 06:57 PM

2280 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
and Maria Brooks, an agent at MNS

The brokerage MNS announced today that it has been hired to handles sales at 2280 Frederick
Douglass Boulevard
, which
had previously been marketed by Halstead Property Development Marketing.

“The building’s modern design, unbeatable
luxury amenities and diverse neighborhood will continue to draw in
buyers, and we look forward to selling out the building,” Andrew Barrocas, CEO of MNS, said in a statement.

The RGS Holdings-developed Harlem condominium, which hit the market in September 2008, had most recently been represented by
Halstead’s Maria Brooks, but Brooks is now representing the building
as an agent for MNS, according to the building’s website.
Brooks was not immediately available for comment, and neither were Halstead nor RGS. 

The 89-unit building is now 70 percent sold, according to MNS. The 27
remaining units are a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units, with
prices beginning at $499,000. In addition, three penthouses, with
prices starting at $800,000, are still available.

Amenities at the 12-story luxury development include a 12th-floor roof
deck with a fireplace, a
children’s play area, and 24-hour doorman services. — Miranda
Neubauer


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