The Serhant Team releases Penthouse A, the last remaining unit at The Gibraltar, in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Ryan Serhant and Bryan Atienza are exclusive marketing agents of Penthouse A in the sustainable condominium building, The Gibraltar. Priced at $2.25 million, the unit offers 1,414 square feet of interior living space, three bedrooms, two baths, 12-foot-high ceilings, a 525-square-foot balcony with Manhattan skyline views and a $75,000 deeded, private parking space.
Sales began in April, and all other units in the building are in contract. The Serhant Team of Nest Seekers International has set multiple price per square foot records in Greenpoint. The Serhant Team partnered with Saddle Rock Equities, who most recently worked with Serhant and Atienza on 277 East 7th Street in Manhattan, and Eisner Design, an award-winning, LEED-accredited firm with decades of experience in New York. The building was featured on Million Dollar Listing: New York Season 5.
On the western edge of the hottest neighborhood in Brooklyn, The Gibraltar offers views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline. Offering 20,000 square feet of space across six stories with 14 loft condominiums, all units have either large balconies or terraces, in addition to common outdoor roof space.
In a thoughtful move, all habitable space and mechanical systems are built well above the current FEMA flood-zone elevation and the lobby is built according to DOB flood proof construction requirements, incorporating flood vents and flood-proof construction to designated high water mark. In addition, with a mind for sustainable living, the building is designed to meet newly instituted, demanding New York City Energy Code requirements and features enhanced exterior wall and roof insulation and high performance thermally efficient windows that exceed air and natural light code requirements.
Like the building itself, every apartment has been designed with an eye towards sustainability, a dedication to wellness and an innovative approach to building materials. Apartment features will include beautiful, 6-inch wide oak hardwood floors, an expansive, private balcony, 12-foot ceilings, radiant heated floors in all bathrooms and custom kitchens with pure white waterfall island countertops, a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, a Bertazonni oven, and custom-made cabinetry. And as a nod to the neighborhood’s industrial past, the building lobby will be finished in loft-like luxurious finishes.
Photos Courtesy Rich Caplan