Listings are out for Clinton Hill’s Copper House at 260 Greene Avenue.
Brought to you by man-of-a-million-developments Boaz Gilad, the townhouse-style project has private outdoor space for all nine units. Gilad’s Brookland Capital developed the condominiums as three three-family buildings at 260-264 Greene Avenue.
Pricing for available units ranges from $899,000 for a two-bedroom to $1.35 million for a three-bedroom. The residences measure 1,043 square feet to 1,884 square feet. Apropos of the building’s name, the facade’s windows are lined with copper (Brownstoner posted construction shots last month).
Apartments have open floor plans, herringbone pattern hardwood floors, 11-foot ceilings, central heating/cooling, recessed lighting and washer/dryer hook-ups. Kitchens come with custom cabinetry, quartz countertops and appliances by Bertazzoni, Bosch and Fisher and Paykel. The bathrooms are accessorized with Carrara marble countertops, solid oak vanities and Restoration Hardware medicine cabinets and light fixtures.
Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling marketing and sales. Have a floorplan of the three-bedroom, 1,580-square-foot unit below (more layouts here):