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10,000-sf private residence rising in Williamsburg

The seven-story project will contain just one uber-luxury apartment
May 31, 2014 10:00AM

 Someone with an appetite for space has set his or her sights on Brooklyn. A new building coming to Williamsburg will feature a nearly 10,000-square-foot single-family residence.

The rather generic looking development is located at 119-123 Kent Avenue — on the corner of Kent and North 7th — and is designed by Michael Muroff Architect, according to New York Magazine.

Plans call for the seven-story building to be divided into 3,000 square feet of commercial space and a massive 9,771-square-foot residence, featuring an underground garage and an infinity pool. So far little else is known about the project, but pricing is sure to be astronomical. [NYM]Christopher Cameron

  • Mike Bushkanets

    I have all the info for this deal, any qualified buyers contact me for pricing and details.

  • Having been fortunate enough to have spent my youth in Williamsburg Brooklyn, I can honestly say I am at awe every time one of these goes up. This was the epicenter of lower to middle income Brooklyn families up until about 2000. Now it is a location where even the deeper pocketed and sometimes exrernally funded (mommy and daddy’s money) hipsters can no longer afford. The waves of change hit my old neighborhood like an unexpected tsunami. Old school families were the first casualties of the strong currents. I don’t mind it though. I can finally go for a jog in McCarren Park without looking over my shoulder for dangerous individuals.