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Establishing a new standard for boutique development, 734 Fifth Avenue provides residents with comfort, elegance and amenities in the heart of Brooklyn's Greenwood Heights neighborhood. A collection of 20 designer residences, 16 of which incorporate private outdoor space, 734 Fifth Avenue boasts superb views of the Manhattan skyline and New York's glittering harbor.
The bold Modernist architecture of the exterior contains five floors of one-bedroom/one-bath apartments. The gracious, open layouts are flooded with light through oversized custom double-pane windows by Pella. Timeless interior finishes incorporate beamed ceilings, wide-plank oak hardwood flooring and discreet recessed lighting for a mood that is both warm and effortlessly chic.
Designer kitchens incorporate roomy island designs for maximum efficiency while custom wood carpentry, Artic White Quartz countertops and Ceramiche Supergres marble tile backsplashes impart a sleek contemporary effect. Appliances include refrigerators and gas ranges by KitchenAid along with Bosch dishwashers; fixtures are by Kohler.
The bathrooms are bright, intimate and beautifully finished with custom millwork and vanity tops. Italian wall tiles are complemented by Kohler fixtures. Each residence also includes a convenient washer/dryer closet with hookups ready for installation.
The location in Greenwood Heights abuts the burgeoning shopping corridor of Fifth Avenue as well as providing access to neighboring districts such as Windsor Terrace and Park Slope. Named after the historic cemetery at its center, the district has numerous cafes, restaurants and shopping options. Nearby Prospect Park, Industry City, Barclay's Center, the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden are all within easy reach; transportation includes the D/N/R/W trains a block away. Bicycle storage is included and private parking spaces are available for purchase.
The roof deck provides stunning views in all directions of some of New York City's greatest icons - the Statue of Liberty, the Manhattan skyline and Greenwood Cemetery itself, the last a vast urban forest open to the public and providing a green space equal in size to Prospect Park. As a place to watch the sunset and listen to the distant bells and whistles of the Harbor, 734 Fifth Avenue is nothing less than spectacular.