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New model shots are out at Windsor Terrace luxury rental Kestrel at 33 Caton Place.

The 126-unit building opened for occupancy in September and traded for a hefty $76 million last month, in one of Brooklyn’s buzziest deals. The eight-story property, which recently wrapped up construction, has studio to three-bedroom homes and hit the 50 percent leased mark on February 24th. Pricing for the remaining 63 units starts at $2,162 for a one-bedroom, $3,102 for a two-bedroom and $4,809 for a three-bedroom.

Luca Andrisani Architects designed the building with a textured facade clad in hundreds of metal panels in different sizes, shapes and colors. The development is named after the American Kestrel falcon native to Prospect Park.

The new model unit, designed by BoConcept, is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment available for $3,217 per month. Residences have in-unit washer/dryer, Caesarstone kitchen countertops, Whirlpool appliances and master bathrooms with ceramic tiles, oak vanities and Hansgrohe fixtures.

The building’s amenities, which span about 20,000 square feet, include a 24-hour doorman, gym, media room, lounge, children’s playground, landscaped roof deck with grilling areas, private rooftop cabanas, pet spa, attended parking, bike storage, cold storage and a business center.

Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling leasing.

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