Alfa Development announced that they have selected Emily Beare, top-producing broker at luxury real estate group CORE, to sell Residence 2, the last remaining unit at 199 Mott. 199 Mott is an 11-unit boutique development located in the heart of Nolita, with each custom designed residence celebrating the history of the neighborhood. The building is the fourth in Alfa’s Green Collection of sustainable residential developments.
Residence 2 is a 2,907-square-foot full-floor unit with three-bedrooms, three-bathrooms, and 1,500-square-feet of exterior space. 199 Mott is designed to reflect the modern lifestyle of the quintessential Nolita resident, with classic materials and turn of the century details. The residence has wide plank oak floor, 10″ base moldings, and character grade European oak paneled doors, with oversized windows, a state of the art central air system, a loft kitchen that opens onto the living space, and ceilings over nine feet. The residence is listed at $7,775,000.
“Emily Beare is a talented broker and a strong new development marketing and sales force,” said Michael Namer, Founder & CEO of Alfa Development. “We’re confident that her industry expertise and knowledge of the luxury market will be instrumental in closing out sales at 199 Mott.”
As with all projects in Alfa Development’s Green Collection, interiors of 199 Mott feature various locally-sourced and sustainable materials, and it is a targeted LEED Gold certification condominium with a 24-hour doorman, storage, bike room, and rooftop lounge overlooking the city, with views of the Empire State Building, the Williamsburg Bridge and the East River. Period-specific details throughout the residence include tall raised panel doors, oiled bronze finishes and fixtures, and wide plank European oak flooring. The kitchen offers custom Siematic cabinetry and a suite of high-end appliances including a Bertazzoni Classic Collection stove and Siematic Chinese Wedding Cabinet refrigerator. Tailored marble clad bathrooms feature polished nickel fixtures and finishes from Lefroy Brooks’ 19th century collection, a freestanding tub and Bosch washer and dryer.