Jade 8 condo launches sales in Gowanus

Jan.January 27, 2012 11:00 AM

A new eight-unit green condominium building called Jade 8 has debuted in Gowanus with one contract already signed, according to Warren Lewis Realty, the exclusive marketing and sales agent for the property.

The building, at 186 8th Street, features two-bedroom simplexes with private balconies, oversized one-bedroom garden duplexes, and two three-bedroom penthouse duplexes, one of which has already been snapped up. Units range in size from 905 to 1,475 square feet. They are priced between $725,000 and $1.15 million.

“Selling one of our highest priced homes just as we’re officially launching the building demonstrates the appeal of Jade 8 and the level of confidence buyers are already expressing in this unique new residential building,” said Aroza Sanjana, president of Warren Lewis. “The combination of dramatic living spaces, upscale finishes and appointments, advanced energy-efficient systems and materials, and a limited offering which translates to a more intimate lifestyle and a quicker sell-out, is already proving to be a winning formula.”

The units have fresh air filtration systems, LED lighting and energy-efficient Loewen, Warren Lewis said. — Katherine Clarke

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