873 Pacific reflects a vibrant marriage between history and modernity. This stunning new eight-unit boutique condominium building is situated on a serene tree lined block in the dynamic Prospect Heights neighborhood. While the building’s custom brick façade pays homage to the rich history of the classic Brooklyn brownstone, everything past the property’s front door reflects sophisticated 21st century modern design.
Upon entering their home, residents are welcomed into an open living room featuring 5" oak floors and encased by floor-to-ceiling windows that fill each apartment with an abundance of natural light. A fluid transition between each home’s interior and exterior spaces offers an experience of hybrid indoor-outdoor living. In addition to large bedrooms with abundant closet space, every home features a kitchen worthy of even the most discerning of chefs. Each comes equipped with Nobilia cabinets, white stone Vermont Danby countertops, and an appliance package featuring Liebherr, Bertazzoni and Bosch, panelized to complement the kitchen cabinets. All units also boast spacious spa-like bathrooms featuring vanities created by Porcelanosa.
Additional highlights include:• Deeded storage space for each unit• Key locked elevator entry• In-unit washers and dryers • Central A/C• Oversized terraces • 1,000 square feet of private garden space (Townhouses)• Private parking (Townhouses)• Bike room This luxury development is located at the burgeoning intersection of five of Brooklyn’s most dynamic neighborhoods: Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Park Slope and Boerum Hill. Along with historic brownstone-lined streets studded with century-old trees, the neighborhood is home to myriad restaurants, bars, cafes, boutiques and museums that evoke the area’s distinctive Brooklyn charm.
Residents of 873 will also find themselves steps away from Prospect Heights’ wealth of natural and cultural attractions, including the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum, Barclays Center, City Point and, of course, the magnificent Prospect Park.