Silverback Development, the forward-thinking real estate organization specializing in the creation of distinctive urban properties, announced the launch of its teaser website for its newest development, 67 Livingston Street (November 2017). 67 Livingston will be a 29-story luxury condominium located in the heart of Brooklyn Heights that is the product of a massive overhaul renovation by HTO Architects, with interiors by CetraRuddy to convert the former dormitory into luxury condominiums. 67 Livingston will feature 22 distinctive residences including 21 full-floor units, and one penthouse duplex. Each of the thoughtfully designed 2-4 bedroom homes, which range in size from 1,700 SF to over 3,400 SF and feature direct elevator access and outdoor space. 67 Livingston will be one of the tallest residential buildings in Brooklyn Heights, which is unique to the neighborhood known for its historic townhomes, and affords residences with panoramic, unobstructed views of Lower Manhattan, The Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, as well as the East River. Silverback has tapped Bold New York as the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the property. It will be Silverback Development's second residential endeavor in New York City, and first in Brooklyn since launching operations in the summer of 2016.
“Brooklyn Heights is among New York City’s most desirable markets due to its history, close proximity to Manhattan, and its intimate feel; we are excited for the opportunity to become a part of what is an iconic New York neighborhood”, said Josh Schuster, founder and managing principal of Silverback Development. “As Brooklyn Heights is currently dominated by brownstones, we look forward to meeting the demands of the neighborhood and delivering a distinct product.”
“We are thrilled to be a part of the team creating this unique project in such a coveted neighborhood,” said Jordan Sachs, Founder & CEO of Bold New York. “It's panoramic views, location and innovative layouts help create exclusive residences that will really resonate with our buyers."
“We took inspiration from the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, which is filled with historic reference and architecture and design heritage to create homes crafted detailing often found in historic residences but executed with a modern sensibility,” says firm leader Nancy Ruddy, an Interior Design Hall of Fame inductee. “This sentiment coupled with the unique height of 67 Livingston that affords panoramic views and light-filled apartments, inspired us to create modern details imbued with texture and materiality that offer warmth and a real sense of home.”