The Horizon Group announced that sales have begun at 264 Webster Avenue in Kensington, Brooklyn. Designed by Kutnicki Bernstein Architects with interiors by Brittany Marom Interior Design, the eight-story, 63-residencce building offers studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom homes ranging in size from 435 to 1,257 square feet priced from $325,000.
Located just steps from Olmsted and Vaux’s tree-lined Ocean Parkway, 264 Webster offers spacious interiors with open layouts featuring wide-plank oak flooring throughout; Bosch washer and dryers; and LG heating and cooling systems with individual room controls. Select residences also feature private outdoor space.
“264 Webster presents a unique opportunity to purchase a home in a newly constructed condominium at a great value in one of Brooklyn’s most diverse neighborhoods,” said David Marom, Managing Partner of Horizon Group. “We wanted to create a product that buyers are looking for—open floor plans, contemporary finishes, great light, and a full suite of amenities.”
Kitchens at 264 Webster have a crisp aesthetic and elegantly crafted details. Matte white lacquered upper cabinets are paired with white oak lower cabinets with a natural stain; Symphony Gray Caesarstone countertops and full-height backsplashes; and stainless steel appliances—including Bertazzoni convection ovens, gas cook tops and microwaves; Fisher & Paykel refrigerators; and energy-efficient dishwashers. Stainless steel sinks are paired with Grohe polished chrome faucets.
Luxuriant white-on-white master bathrooms boast honed Carrara large format marble walls, hexagonal-patterned marble mosaic floors, large glass-paneled showers, Laufen toilets and polished chrome accessories. Custom vanities feature black powder-coated hardware, honed Carrara marble countertops, Gerber sinks and medicine cabinets with integrated lighting.
Secondary baths feature textured white ceramic subway tiles, gray porcelain floors, large medicine cabinets with integrated lightings and a soaking tub accented by polished chrome fixtures from Kohler.
Residents of 264 Webster will enjoy a full suite of amenities for work and pleasure, including a ground-floor library with contemporary sofas and work tables; as well as a furnished roof deck with grilling stations, an outdoor shower and sweeping panoramic views of Greenwood, Prospect Park and the Manhattan skyline. Downstairs, residents can work out at a fitness center fitted with top-of-the-line equipment that looks in to the fully stocked children’s playroom; and entertain at the large resident’s lounge with a billiards table. The building will also feature a part-time attended lobby and package room, pet spa, bike storage, and laundry room for oversized items; storage and parking spaces will also be available for purchase or rent.
“Kensington is one of Brooklyn’s best-kept secrets,” said Brendan Aguayo, SVP and Managing Director of Halstead Property Development Marketing. “264 Webster is unique because it offers the same high-end finishes and amenities you’ll find at new development being built around the city—but at a much better value. I think buyers looking for a luxury condominium in a quaint, charming, established neighborhood, close to transportation and retail, will find exactly what they’re looking for.”
Kensington is one of Brooklyn’s most vibrant, diverse and family-friendly neighborhoods. Composed of a mix of private Victorian mansions, single- and multi-family homes and pre-war co-op buildings, residents of this close-knit community enjoy close proximity to Prospect Park, King’s Theatre and a variety of dining options along Cortelyou Road and Church Avenue, among others. Often called the “suburbs of Brooklyn,” Kensington has attracted a number of new families and young professionals over the past decade because of the neighborhood’s top-rated schools, incredible value and its close proximity to Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn.
Sales and marketing at 264 Webster Avenue are being handled by The Aguayo Team at Halstead Property Development Marketing.