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Back in February 2014, we reported on a new five-story apartment building coming to Williamsburg.
Now, 212 North 4th Street (formerly 291 Metropolitan Avenue) has landed on the market in a brick-y, industrial-style manner.
Located off Metropolitan Avenue near Roebling Street, the five-story, 25-unit building offers one- to four-bedroom apartments. Meshberg Group designed the development, which bears a brick and wrought iron exterior inspired by turn-of-the-century factories. Every unit has exterior private space, with French doors opening to a balcony. Pricing ranges from about $3,200 per month for a one-bedroom to $6,600 per month for a four-bedroom.
The interiors have oak wood flooring, exposed brick walls, in-unit washer/dryer and kitchens with stainless steel appliances, rubbed brass fixtures and grey Gaesarstone countertops. Baths feature Carrera marble floors with ceramic subway tile, custom vanities and tubs.
Amenities include a roof deck, a common workspace, garage parking and bike storage.
The developer, All Year Management, acquired the property for $4 million in 2012, according to Department of Finance records. Permits were first filed in October 2012, and the existing parking garage at the site was demolished in 2013. We checked in on the construction site back in May 2014.
Interior shots below: