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Leasing Launches at Brooklyn’s Luxury Rental 475 Clermont

475 Clermont | Photo by Binyan Studios

RXR Realty, one of the largest real estate owners, managers and developers in New York, has unveiled its first residential development in New York City, 475 Clermont. The 12-story rental building is situated at the intersection of Brooklyn’s burgeoning Fort Greene and Clinton Hill neighborhoods and features a collection of 363 luxury residences paired with a suite of incredible amenities for all ages.

475 Clermont will offer residents an elevated and all-encompassing lifestyle experience through its robust amenities, residential programming, and experiential retail elements. RXR – a leading private real estate company known for its vast commercial and residential portfolio in New York City and beyond – recognized the demand for a thoughtfully-designed rental offering in the area and its overarching goal was to build upon the existing community and remain true to the neighborhood.

Designed by Aufgang Architects with interiors by Durukan Design, the 363 residences at 475 Clermont range from studios to two-bedrooms with ceiling heights up to 11-feet-high, wide-plank white oak hardwood flooring, a custom chef’s kitchen, Bosch washer and dryers in every unit and private outdoor space in select residences. RXR places an emphasis on culture and creativity for their residents which is apparent throughout the entire building – the lobby will feature a one-of-a-kind neon art piece by renowned street artist Mr. Brainwash piece. The building’s landscaped courtyard will also be home to a 90-foot tall mural by San-Francisco based muralist Mona Caron.

Amenities include a rooftop terrace and lounge featuring outdoor movie screen, bocce court, and game tables, library lounge, indoor/outdoor children’s playroom, indoor/outdoor fitness center, and pet spa, to name a few. Douglas Elliman New Development Marketing is handling leasing, which starts from $2,330 a month for a studio, $2,805 a month for a one-bedroom and $5,210 a month for a two-bedroom. Occupancy is slated for April 2019.

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