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Naftali’s Landmark Park Slope to hit the market in August

June 11, 2013 11:00AM

The white-glove buildings of Manhattan have formally arrived in Park Slope.

Naftali Group has revealed prices for the Landmark Park Slope, a rental building at 267 Sixth Street, in the neighborhood of the same name, DNAinfo reported. The Karl Fischer-designed tower, on the corner of Fourth Avenue, comes complete with “hotel style amenities,” including a concierge tasked with making dinner reservations and procuring concert tickets, the publication said.

The 104-unit property — slated to open in August — will ask $2,100 for a studio, $2,800 for a one-bedroom and $3,700 for a two-bedroom.

The 12-story tower launched a teaser web site in March.

The ground floor will offer 3,556 feet of retail space in two units on the corner of Sixth Street and Fourth Avenue. Naftali Group told DNAinfo the spaces will rent for $60 to $65 per square foot. They said they have received inquiries, but have not signed tenants.

The building will feature a full-time doorman and a roof deck with a cabana.

Other New Developments On Fourth Avenue include Arias Park Slope at 150 Fourth Avenue and JDS Development and Property Markets Group’s 202 8th Street. [DNAinfo]Mark Maurer

  • HughGass

    “making dinner reservations and procuring in-demand concert tickets”

    Such marketing & PR nonesense. I certainly hope buyers have caught on this crap.

  • RESinfo

    yes, that is what a concierge service does. provides certain amenities other buildings of its kind don’t have to offer.

    • Alfonce

      whoo de doo

  • foofi

    I just saw their 2 bedroom apartment. Its very very very small. I would say about 600sq feet in total. If you put a queen bed into one of the bedrooms you will not have room for anything else.

    If I was the developer I would have made some decent sized 3 bedroom apartments (1500sq feet) and decent sized 2 bedrooms (1200sq feet) to accommodate the families in the area.

  • Alfonce

    forget the studio apts, what a waste of space. they should be incorporated into making apartments bigger, seriously, it is the year 2013, and living spaces are getting just as bad as they were down Orchard Street, yet you pay more now for less space.