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Ascend to higher living with a rare penthouse sale at 111 Steuben Street Condominiums. Open skies and lush greenery will stand in your mind after you visit this setback and southern-facing home. This 2Br/2Bath unit has been renovated by the current owners with improvements including Santos Mohagony flooring, porcelain kitchen tiling, custom-built entertainment center as well as walk-in closet. A thoughtful expansion allows you to dine underneath the oversized skylight. Landscapers were brought in to fully capitalize on the copious outdoor space deeded to this apartment. There is a vast southern-facing terrace off apartment as well as an enclosed and private rooftop terrace that sprawls the full footprint of the apartment (views of the Empire State Building included!). The flora includes apple trees, cherry trees, Japanese maple, juniper, and pine - all in sturdy planters crafted from reclaimed wood. This apartment comes with a deeded parking spot.
The Absolute Condominium is located in Clinton Hill and offers residents 24-hour access to the full gym and spacious rec room, complete with billiards, ping pong, tv lounging area, and wifi. It was designed by architect Gary Shoemaker and launched in 2009. There are seven years left on the tax abatement. There are two elevators and additional parking spots are available for rent or for sale. New carpeting and fresh paint is planned in all common areas.
Clinton Hill is where the Pratts, Vanderbilts, and other aristocratic families moved over one and a half century's ago in order to escape congested Manhattan. Scores of mansions and remarkable landmarked brownstones are now the roots of this sophisticated neighborhood. These days, people flock to Clinton Hill for very much the same reason: quality of life. Complementing the residential influx, the past few years have heralded a massive commercial revitalization for Myrtle Ave as well as continued upgrades to Fort Greene Park and Myrtle Plaza. Still to come is the massive Navy Yard project a few blocks away, which will introduce a Wegmans grocery store, thousands of new jobs and millions of square feet of commercial space, and a new East River Ferry terminal. Don't forget to check out Pratt Institute's public gardens and Fort Greene Park for a relaxing stroll.