David Bistricer’s Clipper Equity kicks off DoBro rentals

TRD New York /
Dec.December 16, 2013 04:53 PM

A 12-story commercial building developed by David Bistricer’s Clipper Equity has converted some units in the building to residential rental lofts, The Real Deal has learned exclusively.

A total of nine upper-floor spaces are currently on offer at 233 Schermerhorn Street, between Bond and Hoyt streets, with additional units soon to follow. Douglas Elliman is the exclusive marketing agent on the property, which is set to include studio, one-bedroom and three-bedroom layouts that range from 600 square feet to 900 square feet.

Studio and one-bedroom units range from $3,200 to $3,900 per month, and the three-bedrooms will be $5,200 per month, according to Elliman. Yehuda Joffre of the Werde Ettelson Team is heading the effort, the statement said.

Designed by Nishila Sabharwal, they boast dark-stained oak floors, 13-foot ceilings with large windows, views of Downtown Brooklyn and the East River waterfront, pendant lighting and custom dark wood cabinetry in the kitchen and a washer and dryer on each residential floor. — Julie Strickland

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