The four-unit project went on the market in April 2013, according to Brownstoner. The now-unavailable units are two 1,047-square-foot two-bedrooms, a 1,076-square-foot penthouse and a 2,069-square-foot two-bedroom garden duplex that sold for $2.107 million.
The apartments have 9’6″ ceilings, individually controlled heating and cooling in each room, new plumbing and electric systems, big double-paned windows, hand-laid four-inch-wide hardwood floors in walnut, Caesarstone quartz kitchen countertops, stainless steel appliances and in-unit washer/dryer.
East River Partners’ latest Brooklyn project is the redevelopment of a block-through site in Fort Greene. Rather than its trademark brownstone conversions, the developer is planning two new adjacent buildings at 171 South Portland Avenue and 164 South Oxford Street. The four-story structures will have a total of 14 units.