The Real Deal New York

Curved Williamsburg rental building hits the market

January 24, 2012 02:30PM

Seventeen units in the curved rental building at 467 Keap Street, near Ainslie Street in Williamsburg, hit the market last week, Curbed reported. Development on the building, called Ainslie Tower, began in 2007 when Sun Sun Construction assembled the lot in the shadow of the Lorimer L subway stop. It commissioned Gilman Architects to design a curved, 10-story tower that is ready for occupancy Feb. 1.

Five of the units are already in contract, Streeteasy.com shows, including the cheapest, a one-bedroom apartment asking $2,700 per month. The priciest of the online units is a two-bedroom asking $6,800 per month. Twelve of the building’s units have yet to be listed.

Address Group agents Scott Address and Justine Address are listing the units in the building and tout the private outdoor space, the 15-foot ceilings and the prime Williamsburg location each unit is afforded. [Curbed]