New York (PRWEB) June 16, 2008
Bond New York Property Marketing Group, specializing in New York City apartments rentals and sales, is pleased to announce that sales have launched for 185 India Street, the newest boutique condominium in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Developed by NYBridge, 185 India Street will feature eight one- and two-bedroom floor-through residences and a two bedroom duplex penthouse, each with large private balconies and/or roof decks. Many of the units offer magnificent Manhattan skyline views and are priced from $379,000 to $999,000. The six-story elevator building is projected to be completed late spring 2008.
Kitchens will feature Bosch appliances, granite countertops, shaker style wood grain cabinets, wood floors throughout, oversized double glazed windows, and stainless steel appliances. The elegant marbled bathrooms boast elevated Jacuzzi tubs and sleek wood vanities with modern glass sinks.
The two-bedroom duplex penthouse features double exposures and 17-foot ceilings. This incredible living space has three amazing outdoor spaces including a 500-square-foot private multi-level roof deck. A 270-square-foot private terrace, with a hot tub, is accessible from the master bedroom with a spiral staircase leading to a wonderful dressing and home office area.
185 India Street brings a unique intimate residential experience into Greenpoint's vibrant historic area, one of the most desired residential destinations in Northern Brooklyn. Full of fantastic restaurants, cafes and wonderful shops, this classic condominium will provide the best of both worlds, big city living combined with small town charm.
For further information, please contact David Kazemi or visit http://www.bondnewyork.com.
Bond New York is the largest independently owned, fastest growing, real estate agency in New York City. Bond New York is a full-service, team-oriented, high-energy brokerage firm specializing in New York City Apartments sales and rentals with five offices city-wide and a staff of over 300 licensed New York City real estate agents.