Rentals at Brooklyn’s 250N10 raise price bar for nabe

TRD NEW YORK /
Feb.February 10, 2014 11:20 AM

The luxury rental units at Williamsburg’s 250N10 are scaling new heights in an already pricey neighborhood.

Studios in the 232-unit LCOR-managed building are to hit the market asking as much as $3,600 per month, the New York Daily News reported — a number that flies by the Brooklyn average of $3,035. And while the rental rates for two-bedroom units hit a lofty $6,300 per month, they fall just short of Nearby 111 Kent Avenue‘s $7,200 high.

All the building’s units boast floor-to-ceiling windows, climate control and high-end appliances, while building amenities include a gym, Wifi throughout the common areas and cafe with a coffee bar. The building is slated for an April opening date, but a good chunk of work remains before then, according to the Daily News. At the moment, workers are topping off coats of paint and wallpaper. [NYDN]Julie Strickland


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