Greystone Development Begins Leasing Brooklyn Community

No. 223, located in Park Slope, was designed by Daniel Goldner Architects. The community includes 63 units and a virtual doorman, a chef's kitchen and a landscaped roof deck.
No. 223

Greystone Development has begun leasing at No. 223, a 13-story multifamily building in Brooklyn, N.Y.’s Park Slope neighborhood. Real estate brokerage firm MNS is serving as the exclusive leasing agent for units at the community. 

“We are honored to have led a transformation of this block in Park Slope, which now has a painstakingly restored original bath house now featuring a popular gym and a 63-unit residential building with high-quality retail on the ground level,” Thomas Ryan, head of Greystone Development, told Multi-Housing News

Booming location 

Designed by Daniel Goldner Architects, the community was inspired by the existing red brick architecture in the neighborhood and features layouts that optimize light and air. The upper levels of the building are set back to create terraces and dual exposures throughout the living rooms and bedroom, making a transition between the exterior and interior spaces.

The 63 units are offered in studio and one- and two-bedroom floorplans, averaging 900 square feet. Rents start at $2,315. Interior apartment features include washer/dryers, walk-in closets and extra storage. Residents have access to amenities including:

  • a virtual doorman
  • a part-time attended lobby
  • a double-height resident’s lounge
  • a chef’s kitchen 
  • a landscaped roof deck
  • bicycle storage 

The property is situated within close proximity to the Union Street MTA station, Blink fitness next door, Whole Foods, Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club, Brooklyn Boulders, Pig Beach, Dinosaur BBQ and several boutiques on Fifth Avenue. There is also a Starbucks on the ground floor of the building. 

In May, Greystone Development sold 227 Fourth Avenue in Park Slope for $10 million. The firm acquired the landmarked property, built in 1910 as Public Bath No. 7, in 2014, then undertook and completed a substantial renovation of the Renaissance Revival-style structure, working once again with Daniel Goldner Architects. 

Images courtesy of Greystone