Renderings: Noë & Associates via wythelane.com
Back in January, we first reported on a townhouse development slated for a scrap metal center at South 4th Street and Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg.
Now, the Townhouses of Wythe Lane are on the market, fully loaded with renderings and floorplans on the official site.
The six single-family homes were developed by KUB Capital; the architecture and interiors were crafted by KUB Design and SZ Projects. Future Green served as the landscape architect.
The one townhouse on the market is Four Wythe Lane, a 3,775-square-foot four-bedroom asking $3.995 million. Two other townhouses, Nos. 5 and 6, have contracts pending. Each of the homes measures about 3,800 square feet.
The development is big on green space; residents have private entry to their townhouses through a landscaped lane inspired by the traditional European mews concept. Every house faces rearward into its private garden, and exposures are largest at the leafy-sanctuary back of the home. The townhouses are made of coal-fired bricks, gunmetal gray stainless steel and exposed board-formed concrete, with signature trellises.
Interiors feature open layouts, 10′ to 11′ ceilings with exposed concrete, 8′ solid wood doors, wide plank white oak flooring with a fumed chocolate finish and appliances by Sub-Zero and Wolf. Each home comes with a dedicated indoor parking space, roof terrace, rear yard and lower level media room.
The project was partially inspired by Alloy Development’s Dumbo Townhouses, five 3,050-square-foot residences at Pearl and Water streets that promptly sold out after the June 2013 launch, The New York Times reported. You might get a little bit of Alloy deja vu in this cross-section rendering for Wythe Lane below:
Floorplans here. Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling sales.