Sales have launched with quick success at The Museum House in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights neighborhood. The project is being developed by Happy Living Development with architecture by DJLU Architects and interior’s by Aldo Andreoli. The nine story, 37 unit project went on the market six weeks ago, and after just three weeks already sold 11 units and is currently 30% sold. The exclusive sales agent for The Museum House is Rachel Medalie of Douglas Elliman’s Douglas Elliman Development Marketing,who also happens to be the developer and a local in Brooklyn.
The building features one to four-bedroom residences, some with outdoor terraces, with gracious layouts that boast abundant light and views of the Brooklyn Museum, Prospect Park and Manhattan Skyline. Units feature custom finishes in each kitchen by Poliform with smoked cabinetry, Carrara marble countertops, Miele appliances and Grohe fixtures. The master bathrooms boast floor to ceiling Carrara marble walls and floors with smoked dark oak and Carrara stone-top vanities. Amenities at The Museum House include custom children’s creative space, licensed parking with electric charging stations, landscaped roof garden and lounge and bicycle storage.
Pricing ranges from $800,000 to $2,600,000 with occupancy expected in late Q3 2019.