66 Ainslie Street

Brooklyn, CityRealty, Manhattan, Queens, Rentals

FREE RENT: This week’s roundup of NYC rental news

By Emrys Fitzgerald, Sat, July 29, 2017

Images (L to R): FRANK 57 WEST, 237 11th Street, 180 Water Street and 1 QPS Tower

  • Gut-Renovated Rentals in Prewar Harlem Building from $1,850/Month; Move-In August 1st [link]
  • Live & Play at “The Crescendo,” South Bronx’s Unprecedented Rental Prepares for Summer Launch [link]
  • Meet Crystal54, Hell’s Kitchen’s New Cast-Iron Rental Leasing from $3,200/mo [link]
  • Conversion of 1890s Bushwick Church is Complete; See Inside the New Rentals [link]
  • Grand New Rentals Debut in Ridgewood at ‘The Mill’ from $1,823/Month [link]
  • ARO Will Redefine The Skyline; Teaser Site Debuts for CetraRuddy-Designed Rental [link]
  • New Williamsburg Rental at 66 Ainslie Street Prepares for Launch; Pricing Revealed [link]
  • Grand Opening of The Bridgeview Luxury Residences in Astoria; One-Beds from $2,700/Mo [link]
  • Durst Kicks Off Leasing for FRANK 57 West with 1 Month Free; Completes Full Block Grand Slam [link]
  • Towering Rental Debuts Among 2-Story Houses at Gowanus/Park Slope Border [link]
  • One Month Free at Midtown East’s Sutton Collection Rentals [link]
  • Apartments Available at Newly Renovated Yorkville Rental Tower [link]

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Brooklyn, CityRealty, Manhattan, New Jersey, Queens, Rentals

FREE RENT: This week’s roundup of NYC rental news

By Ondel Hylton, Sat, July 22, 2017

Images (L to R): 363 Bond Street, 525W52, Offerman House and 100 Steuben

  • Tour Hell’s Kitchen’s Industrially-Inspired 525W52 Courtesy of Field Condition [link]
  • Bond Street Development Redefines Living Next to the Gowanus Canal; See Inside [link]
  • New Rentals Launch with 1 Month Free at Historic Offerman House in Downtown Brooklyn [link]
  • Leasing Kicks Off at 100 Steuben in Clinton Hill; Prices from $1,999/Month with 1 Month Free [link]
  • Huis24 Now Leasing; Vibrant Rentals Debut in Long Island City Near Queensboro Plaza [link]
  • New Williamsburg Rental at 66 Ainslie Street Prepares for Launch [link]
  • Waterfront Rentals in Jersey City with Skyline Views from $2,140/Month and $500 Deposits [link]
  • New Listings at The Berkley in Williamsburg; Spacious Layouts with Balconies from $2,610/Month [link]
  • Summer Debut Announced for Long Island City Rental with Rooftop Pool Club & Half-Acre Private Park [link]
  • No-Fee Listings at New Luxury Rental Near Barclays Center in Prospect Heights [link]

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affordable housing, housing lotteries, Williamsburg

East Williamsburg, Slate Property, Ainslie Street, Industrial loft,Factory Lofts, Brooklyn construction, Brooklyn development, brooklyn rentals, williamsburg rentals

This rental building at 66 Ainslie Street may look like your quintessential warehouse conversion, but it was actually built from the ground up last year, designed by Aufgang Architects to blend in with East Williamsburg‘s trendy industrial vibe. Of its 50 apartments, 10 are reserved for those earning 60 percent of the area median income. These units include two $833/month studios and eight $895/month one-bedrooms and, as of tomorrow, are up for grabs through the city’s affordable housing lottery.

Find out if you qualify

Architecture, New Developments, Rentals, Williamsburg

East Williamsburg, Slate Property, Ainslie Street, Industrial loft,Factory Lofts, Brooklyn construction, Brooklyn development, brooklyn rentals, williamsburg rentals

Rendering of 66 Ainslie Street via Slate Property Group

Here’s the first look at 66 Ainslie Street, a seven-story, 50-unit rental building set to rise from the East Williamsburg corner of Ainslie and Keap Streets. According to The Real Deal, the project is being developed by Slate Property Group, led by Martin Nussbaum and David Schwartz, and the site’s previous sole owners, Tavolario and Meszaros Realty Corporation. Slate purchased the site for $15 million in an off-market deal in September.

Construction permits filed this past November by Aufgang Architects indicate that the building will contain 42,500 square feet of residential and retail space, 23 parking spaces in an underground garage, and a roof deck and fitness center. The site is also around the corner from the Metropolitan-Lorimer G and L train stop. The filing of a “major alteration” application indicates that at least some part of the existing one-story factory building will remain.

More details ahead

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