Magnum, SL Green’s Williamsburg Townhomes 75 percent sold

Project at 131 North Third St. features dozen 1,892-square-feet townhouses

New York /
Feb.February 25, 2014 03:18 PM

Williamsburg Townhomes, a joint venture between Ben Shaoul’s Magnum Real Estate Group and SL Green Realty, has hit the 75 percent sold mark, a spokesperson for the project told The Real Deal exclusively. The townhouse development, located at 131 North Third Street off Bedford Avenue, has a dozen four-story residences with 1,892 square feet of interior space and 957 square feet of private outdoor space.

“We developed the Williamsburg Townhomes to fulfill a need in the market for spacious, single-family homes that include the amenities of a full-service condominium,” Magnum’s president Ben Shaoul said in a statement. “We are pleased that this unique opportunity has been so well received by buyers.”

The project was designed by architecture firm RKT&B and is being marketed by MNS. Prices for the townhomes start at $2.38 million. “The cost factor and amount of indoor and outdoor space was a major selling point for our buyers,” MNS CEO Andrew Barrocas said.

Quadriad Realty Partners began construction on Williamsburg Townhomes in 2007. The project was hit hard by the 2008 real estate crisis, and was sold to Thor Capital Group, which then sold it to Triton Realty Holdings, which completed construction. In March, the Magnum-SL Green joint venture bought the property for about $51.5 million

Magnum and SL Green also own Williamsburg Social, a rental building adjacent to Williamsburg Townhomes, and the two projects share over 7,500 square feet of amenity space. Williamsburg Social, which was marketed by aptsandlofts, was fully leased in December.


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