Compiled by Linda Collins Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Taconic Investment Partners reports a change in sales teams for one of the largest condominium conversion projects in Brooklyn:
MeadowWood at Gateway in East New York.
The condominium development at 12205 Flatlands Ave. is over 53 percent sold, “a success set in motion by Jean Paul Ho Sr Vice President Fillmore Real Estate when sales were launched in 2007,” said Daniel McInerney, Taconic vice president at Taconic, the developer.
Featuring 19 high-rise and garden-style buildings on two campuses, MeadowWood has benefitted from an investment of more than $40 million to date by Taconic, with renovations including new windows and patio doors, new elevators, energy-efficient heating systems, refurbished lobbies and security enhancements, digital intercom systems, renovated laundry rooms as well as comprehensive landscaping, outdoor lighting and parking improvements.
MeadowWood at Gateway offers a variety of units from studios to four-bedrooms. Prices start at $120,900 for a studio, $178,500 for a one-bedroom, $227,000 for a two-bedroom, $299,000 for a three-bedroom and $304,000 for a four-bedroom unit.
Homeowners will have amenities like the landscaped park-like grounds, a children’s playground, full-time security with keycard access to the buildings and onsite parking.
September 18, 2012 - 10:44am