New Williamsburg apartment building takes leasers this April
by Andrew Shilling
Feb 26, 2014 | 1141 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
LCOR Development announced that Marketing Directors, the leading leasing company for a new six-story rental property at 250 N. 10th St. in Williamsburg, will begin filling rooms at the “refined” apartment building this April.

As part of the 185,000-square-foot, 234-unit building, new tenants at 250N10 will see a range of amenities like free WiFi in the building’s lobby lounge, television, and a café on site, as well as a fitness center, courtyard and a roof deck with a BBQ area.

“As a developer with a long history of creating dynamic live, work, play environments, 250N10 offered us the opportunity to present all of these components under one roof,” said David Sigman, executive vice president and principal of LCOR.

Just blocks from the East River Ferry on North 7th Street and steps from the bustling Bedford Avenue and nearby L train, tenants can expect to pay for the location as rents begin at $2,500 for a studio, $3,400 for a one-bedroom and $4,600 for a two-bedroom apartment.

“The property is also unique for its location within a vibrant micro-community in Williamsburg that is drawing new residents and unique local retailers,” Sigman said.

Adrienne Albert, CEO for Marketing Directors, said the building has been curated by Me and General Design, including hardwood floors, large closet and storage space along with washers and dryers in each unit, and new tenants are expected to quickly fill in the space.

“250N10 is a compelling addition to Williamsburg’s rental landscape that offers sought-after amenities in a property that provides renters with a strong sense of community,” said Albert.

In addition to prime location, each apartment also comes fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, Ceasarstone countertops, glass and ceramic-tiled bathrooms and modern fixtures and full-sized porcelain tubs.

“We anticipate considerable demand and a swift leasing campaign,” Albert said.

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