Ideal Properties Group, a leading real estate firm with offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan, launched 373 Classon in Clinton Hill. The boutique development features four newly-constructed two- to three-bedroom simplex and duplex residences for sale starting at $899,000, according to Ideal, the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the property.
“373 Classon presents a sleek Brooklyn narrative, blending an engaging modern appeal with choice industrial details,” stated Aleksandra Scepanovic, Managing Director of Ideal. “Bringing this contemporary development to market is truly exciting, as interest in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn continues to increase.”
373 Classon features bronze louver façade design elements; each unit has a full-floor layout with a private windowed vestibule foyer replete with built-in shelving. The kitchens are equipped with black-veined quartz counter tops, a contemporary blend of white cabinetry paired with black walnut cabinets in a matte graphite finish, stainless steel mosaic-tiled back splashes, and top-of-the-line stainless steel GE appliance package counterparts. They also each have a fully ventilated Zephyr over-the-range exhaust and pot-filler faucet as well as a zero-edge deep kitchen sink with a single-lever pull-out chrome spray faucet.
Residences have en suite master and typical baths with a blend of imported black porcelain accent walls and hexagon patterned Grigio tiles cleverly integrated with white stacked oblong tiles. Features include deep soaking tubs, vessel sinks, chrome fixtures and radiant heated floors along with exposed sliding entrance doors. Central heating and cooling, laundry closet with GE washer and dryer, pre-wired cable, video intercom system, and rich deeply-stained oak hardwood flooring bring the interiors together. All residences have access to the paved roof deck with modern glass railing.
Located in Clinton Hill, between Lafayette Avenue and Clifton Place, adorned with some of Brooklyn’s finest restaurants, retailers, and artisans, 373 Classon is moments to Pratt Institute with its sculpture garden, as well as numerous playgrounds and stretches of tree-lined streets of historic Victorian brownstones. It is close to coveted staples such as Speedy Romeo, Bedford Hill, Michelin Star award-winner, The Finch, Choice, Mekelburg’s, Summer Stage Theater at Herbert Von King Park and Hattie Carthan Gardens.
373 Classon Avenue is one block from the G train and a short distance to the Franklin Avenue C and Shuttle trains. There is also a Citi Bike station less than one block away.