Pricing at the effortlessly classy six-unit project ranges from $749,000 for a 838-square-foot one-bedroom to $2.095 million for a 1,998-square-foot four-bedroom. Barrett renovated two 19th-century townhouses, giving the apartments exquisitely turned-out detailing in white oak, Carrara marble, steel and brick.
The homes feature oversized closets, energy-efficient wood windows, 40-foot-wide living areas, generously proportioned bedrooms, in-unit washer and dryer, private outdoor spaces, common storage and kitchens with custom lacquered wood cabinetry and garbage disposal (a rarity in New York). Some apartments have wood-burning fireplaces, and residents can enjoy landscaped front gardens, along with the “sensitively restored” landmark facade.
Last night, 123 Fort Greene Place threw a launch party, where the busy crowd got up close and impressed with the finishing in the one-bedroom model before moseying upstairs for hors d’oeuvres in an under-construction unit. Apartment 2B, a 1,219-square-foot two-bedroom, is already is contract, so you’d better act fast. Come for the pretty pictures below, stay forever for the classy-cool brownstone living: