Here’s another look at Brooklyn’s Hello Townhouses rising at 22-36 Underhill Avenue between Dean and Pacific Streets in Prospect Heights. Developed by Eli Karp’s Hello Living, the townhouses will be in line with much of the company’s brand of modern, clean and minimalist buildings, with muted exteriors of brown and gray, pattered by an alternating arrangement of large windows.
The full-service real estate development firm was founded by Karp in 2005 and purchased the 8,000-square-foot parcel that previously held a one-story warehouse for $2.1 million in 2013. Now with foundation work wrapping up, parts of the development are emerging above street level. Ultimately, the buildings will climb 32 feet and the entire project will encompass 15,516 square feet of zoning floor area. Zambrano Architectural Design is serving as the architect of the record, while Brooklyn-based Loadingdock5 are the designers.
According to the Hello Living website, the eight homes will seamlessly incorporate the outdoors as they will have large private terraces with accompanying kitchenettes.
Other features include highly insulated triple-pane windows and doors and out-of-sight underground parking. According to Karp, asking prices for each of the homes will start at $3,000,000.
Neighborhoods : Prospect Heights