Dunham Place reaches 50% leased mark

TRD New York /
Dec.December 17, 2012 03:00 PM

Dunham Place, a 160-unit Williamsburg rental, reached the 50 percent leased mark in just about a month, the Corcoran Group said in a statement today. Marketed by Corcoran’s Christine Blackburn and Lior Barak, the waterfront property at 15 Dunham Place hit the market in late October — and thanks to the 50 percent lease mark, the building now has its certificate of occupancy.

Move-ins at the property, designed by Greenberg Farrow and developed by L&M Development Partners, began this past Saturday. A total of 23 active listings — one for a 909-square-foot one-bedroom listed for $3,900 per month and another for a 1,050-square-foot corner penthouse two-bedroom at $5,200 per month – are available on Streeteasy.com.

“Renters have been attracted to the incredible location on the Brooklyn waterfront and the fact that each unit has iconic views of the Manhattan skyline, the East River or Williamsburg Bridge,” Blackburn said in the release.

A total of 79 of the building’s units were made available through the city’s Mixed Income Housing Program, ID THIS. The rest of the units are market-rate, according to Curbed.

The building has a 13,000-square-foot Common Terrace, a gym and bike storage. — Zachary Kussin


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