The InHouse Group is pleased to announce that sales have launched at 66 Steuben Street, Clinton Hill’s newest boutique condo conversion.
Located in the heart of the Brooklyn neighborhood along one of the borough’s idyllic tree-lined streets, the five-story, six-residence condominium comprises four one-bedroom homes, two of which are garden duplex units with rec rooms, and two two-bedroom residences.
66 Steuben has been designed to reflect the changing preferences and lifestyles of today’s modern buyers. Residences evoke a modernized pre-war aesthetic, boasting open, floor-through layouts accented by exposed red brick walls and decorative brick fireplaces; floor-to-ceiling windows that allow for an abundance of natural light; Juliet balconies; and four large private outdoor spaces in the rear of the building.
“66 Steuben was designed with features that today’s buyers crave—contemporary loft-like homes with pre-war elements, a great location and most importantly, outdoor space,” said Robert Earl, co-founder of The InHouse Group, the exclusive sales and marketing firm for the condominium. The building truly stands apart from the all glass-and-steel buildings that dominate the new development condo market.”
Newly completed, 66 Steuben has been outfitted with three onsite model residences. The fully furnished and accessorized homes offer interested buyers the opportunity to preview a variety of staged design concepts as well as experience the building’s unique finishes, dramatic oversized windows and pre-war aesthetic firsthand.
Situated at the crossroads of Clinton Hill and Fort Greene, 66 Steuben is a foodie’s dream, offering an array of dining and shopping experiences scattered throughout each neighborhood. Well-known restaurants within walking distance include Bar Bolinas; LaRina Pastificio & Vino; Clementine Bakery; Peaches Hot House; and Speedy Romeo. The condominium is located just steps from Pratt Institute and a short walk from bustling Fort Greene Park, providing easy access to the neighborhood’s beloved farmer’s market. The newly built Wegman’s and Brooklyn Navy Yard are also nearby, along with several convenient public transportation options.