200 SOUTH 3RD STREET

200 South 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY


PROJECT OVERVIEW

  •    The 7-story project will span about 43,000 square feet
  •    30 Luxury Condominium Residences
  •    15 Parking spaces
  •    Community Facility
  •    Architect: Ismael Leyva Architects
  •    Partnership between Ackerman Development & affiliate family office

 

In the artistically inspired neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 200 South 3rd Street brings a modern vibe to a pre-war block. 

A completely revamped building will rise between Driggs Avenue and Roebling Street, signifying the modern urbanization of the up-and-coming neighborhood.  Located minutes away from Manhattan, this area has become a hotbed of culture, cuisine, fashion, art, and music.

 

FEATURES

This 30-unit luxury condominium building has a fresh, modern look and feel to the structure.  The design and architecture featuring floor to ceiling glass panels throughout the building, allows light to flow seamlessly, creating an airy and spacious ambiance.

The structure will only be slightly taller than its neighbors, which are two six-story tenement buildings on either side.

The development will feature a mix of studio, one, two or three-bedroom residences, as well as a community facility.  While the first floor will be commercial, the second through fifth floors will hold seven units, five units on the sixth floor and a full-floor penthouse for the top floor, including a roof deck.  It will also include 15 parking spots on the ground level and 16 bicycle storage spaces in the basement.

 

NEIGHBORHOOD

Neighboring amenities include many music venues, a vibrant nightlife scene, art galleries, shopping, and great views of downtown Manhattan. Williamsburg has consistently proven itself to be one of New York’s go-to neighborhoods, with some of its best lifestyle experiences that attracts local singles and starter families.

We have acquired 100% of the development at 200 South 3rd Street and are starting a JVE with our new partner, commencing building in June 2018 with an estimated completion period of 18 months.