Brooklyn developers might be in a glass-enclosed aesthetic frenzy, but Waverly Brooklyn opted for a more distinguished appearance. The concrete-clad condo building, with 48 units that just recently hit the market, features Norman brick with custom fenestration and was inspired by Bauhaus Modernism. Located at 500 Waverly Ave., the seven-story converted parking garage is located between Clinton Hill, Fort Greene and Prospect Heights. Bright interiors and extensive comforts Living room / Millarc All Waverly condos feature sophisticated interior touches with open-concept living areas, wide plank floors and profuse natural light. Kitchens include fully-integrated appliances, breakfast bars with storage, honed quartz countertops and a mix of oak wood and white lacquer cabinetry. GKV Architects opted for a mix of Bosch, Bertazzoni, Grohe and Liebherr appliances. Contemporary bathrooms at Waverly are enclosed in floor-to-ceiling tiles, complemented by wood vanities and quartz...
- Manhattan-based Orange Management recently announced sales of Waverly Brooklyn’s 48 residences, ranging from studios to four-bedroom units.
- Amenities include a lounge and library, media center, communal kitchenette, second-floor courtyard terrace and rooftop garden with a sundeck and outdoor shower.
- Prices range from $595,000 for the smallest studio to $2.4 million for the largest four-bedroom penthouse. MNS is exclusively handling sales and marketing for the Brooklyn midrise.