Despite the fact that it’s still in development, The Hill condo has already gained a following for its modern look and spacious floor plans. It will offer a variety of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom condos, with select units offering washer/dryer hookups. In addition, all of the buildings are designed with convenient elevator access and there is a private bike storage area as well as resident parking located behind the building. Condo fees will cover heat and water.
It’s no secret that a lot of Baby Boomers are looking for the perfect downsize and The Hill is certainly a great choice. This collection of nice shingle-style condos is nestled just a minute or so down Lake Avenue past Boys Latin School. It’s just over the county line into Roland Park and within a short walk of shops, restaurants and Falls Road. The community also has its own pool and tennis courts for residents to enjoy.
The Hill is a full-service Condominium that includes 24hr door man, gym, garden and bicycle room plus a roof top deck and covered parking for all residents. The Hill is also conveniently close to the train and all the amenities of Westchester County.
Nine years after the 149-year-old Church of the Redeemer closed its doors, a new condominium designed by ODA New York has started selling on its site in Boerum Hill. The low-slung 30-unit project will be largely made of brick, in contrast to the glassy apartments that have recently begun popping up around the neighborhood. And unlike the tall, curtain-wall windows of some recent Brooklyn developments, the homes at 565 Pacific Street will be sized more modestly to reflect the 19th-century townhouses on surrounding blocks.
All Condominiums are governed by the same Rules and Regulations and Architectural Control Standards, which are enforced by the Board of Directors and are in addition to the governing documents (Covenants and By-Laws). These documents, together with common sense, will help ensure the safety and beauty of the complex.