75 Clinton Street Offers Promotional Video For New 74-Unit Rental

The 74-unit, nine-story 75 Clinton Street, which shifted from condos to rentals in late January, has released a 2-minute promotional video, accessible here on YouTube. Posted by Milestone Property Management, the clip showcases numerous neighborhood destinations, including Baluchi’s, Cadman Plaza Park, Brooklyn Heights Wine Bar, Heights Cafe and Henry’s End.

The video also offers interior views of the studio & 1/2/3-bedroom units, boasting such “condominium finishes” as bamboo floors, in-unit W/D, custom lacquer cabinetry, private outdoor space, a rooftop terrace and fitness center. And the building is pet-friendly.

Unfortunately, it’s also got a few gaffes. The opening banner offers “Brooklyn Heights living at it’s finest” (instead of its), while the voiceover pronounces the Promenade as Prah-meh-naaade. Perhaps worst of all, the promoted website www.75ClintonStreet is a link to nowhere. Whoops.

See screenshots from the video below…

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  • Jorale-man

    Funny that the voice-over says “quaint cafes” and shows the Heights Cafe. Wouldn’t Iris Cafe or even Tazza be a better image to go with “quaint?”

  • tomdrive

    the video looks like it was made by someone who doesn’t know very much about brooklyn heights

  • Bette

    It seems that the other new building on Clinton Street has also become a rental. I wish them both luck – that’s a lot of apartments to fill. Re: 75 Clinton – I took a tour and those apartments are ridiculously narrow with the (nice) kitchens taking up a good third of the living space. Built on the same theory as airplane seating: take away the leg room so more seats can be squeezed in. Don’t know if the other building is open for apartment viewing.

  • Eric

    The web site is working; the link in the text above is going to some other site.

  • The Earl of Clinton

    Another gaffe — implying that only Manhattan is New York City…

  • Heighti

    Bad grammar on the promotional materials is a bad sign. Instead of “… at it’s finest,” it should be ” … at its finest.” If they don’t have the sense to hire a copy editor, what else have they overlooked?

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlsiLOnWCoI Arch Stanton

    Watching the video I got the impression the narrator wasn’t from around here. The apartments remind me of those in 60’s era Manhattan buildings, except that the kitchens are open to the living areas. Anyway, I’m sure the’ll find plenty of nitwits to rent out the place.