By Keith Loria, Contributing Editor
New York—Ideal Properties Group has launched 603 Fourth in South Slope and 150 Broadway in Williamsburg, capitalizing on two of Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods.
“Bringing clients to the best properties that Brooklyn has to offer is what we strive to do,” Aleksandra Scepanovic, Ideal Properties Group’s managing director, tells MHN. “Excellently priced, and offering much, these units are going to be a perfect match for people making homes out of them.”
Rentals at 603 Fourth in South Slope consist of spacious, light-filled one- and two-bedroom apartments featuring oversized windows and hardwood floors. Amenities include brand new appliances, granite countertops, central air and heat with well-insulated and soundproofed windows.
Windows are over-sized and most units come with some sort of private outdoor space. The penthouse has both a balcony and a private deck. There is a beautiful common roof-deck that offers unobstructed views of everything from the Verrazano Bridge and Staten Island all the way up to Midtown Manhattan.
According to Scepanovic, the architecture is very fitting with the old-school Brooklyn apartments, and like the neighborhood that surrounds it, the building beautifully stands out by not standing out.
“The South Slope has gone through such a radical transformation that it has really begun to take on an attitude of its own,” Scepanovic says. “People have begun to go south of the typical Park Slope locations to get better and more apartments for the money. Now they do it for the same reasons, plus add to the list a better and more inter-connected sense of community.”
South Slope is in close proximity to Prospect Park, and within easy walking distance to three subway lines including the F and R Lines on Fourth Avenue.
Prices at 603 Fourth range from $1,700 per month to $2,000 per month for one-bedroom residences, and $2,800 for two-bedroom apartments.
Apartments at 150 Broadway meanwhile are a stylish reconstruction of a pre-war Williamsburg building developed by Greenwich Village restaurateur Vittorio Antonini.
“It’s the perfect marriage of a historic, stalwart building facade which belies a strikingly new and modern living environment,” Scepanovic says. “The property exudes the same feeling of distinguished age swirled together with the razor’s edge of progress that Williamsburg, Brooklyn and New York City embody.”
The building offers high-end finishes including decorative fireplaces, balconies with clear views of the Williamsburg Bridge, large closets, high ceilings, open living rooms and hardwood floors throughout.
Amenities include a beautifully appointed chef’s kitchen with a Bosch dishwasher, Bertazzoni stove and modern custom cabinetry. The apartments at 150 Broadway also feature abundant natural light accented by large skylights on the upper levels, along with an in-unit washer and dryer, central heat and air conditioning.
Rentals at 150 Broadway range from $2,800 per month for a studio, to $5,950 per month for a three-bedroom residence.