Introducing 554 Fourth Avenue! This captivating glass modern New Development boutique condominium features an extraordinary collection of elegant 1-2 bedrooms residences located in Brooklyn's Park Slope, a neighborhood of tree-lined streets and historic brownstones. Experience awe-inspiring Manhattan, River, Historic Park Slope, statue of liberty and spectacular sunrise and sunset views from each unit in the building. Every residences at 554 Fourth were particularly constructed with the highest quality materials with exceptional attention to detail and equaled positioned units allowing combination possibilities.
Apartment 6E is a sizable East and West facing 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom unit with 10 foot ceilings views of downtown Manhattan and Statue of Liberty from the bedroom and living room. This residence features: A washer/dryer hook up, dishwasher, an open kitchen with island, plentiful closet space and well-proportions throughout.
Sponsor reserves the right to make changes in accordance with the terms of the offering plan. Sponsor reserves the right to make substitutions of material, equipment, fixtures, finishes, and appliances in accordance with the terms of the offering plan. The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from Sponsor: File No. CD170074. Sponsor: 4 AVE BU LLC: Sponsor property Address: 308 Malcom X Blvd, Brooklyn, New York 11233. Equal Housing Opportunity. Experience the best of two quintessential Brooklyn neighborhoods at your fingertips. Park Slope, known for its lovely tree-lined blocks and remarkable historic architecture, offers a diverse range of gourmet restaurants, independently owned boutiques, cozy coffee shops, and lush green parks. Located within proximity to an abundance of convenience and transportation to seven subway lines and bus lines
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