According to Curbed and the Times, prices for condo apartments at 177 Montague Street, above the Chase Bank branch at the corner of Montague and Clinton, will range from $3.35 million to $4.35 million. Several of the apartments will be duplexes, and the top floor will have no windows, but will have “operable skylights.”
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The Real Deal reports that developer Jonathan Rose Companies has agreed to buy the building (photo) that houses Citibank’s Brooklyn Heights branch. According to the article, Rose acquired the rights to purchase the building from another real estate concern, Treeline Equities, which owns the office building at 189 Montague Street, two doors down from the […]
Mr. J. has put together an impressive video presentation (after the jump) focusing on the Brooklyn Trust Building, now occupied by Chase Bank, the upper floors of which are being converted for residential use. He then gives us a tour of some neighboring architectural gems, including the Brooklyn Historical Society, St. Ann and the Holy […]
The 13-unit condo integration at 177 Montague Street—the location of Chase Bank—is moving forward following its approval by Community Board 2′s Land Use Committee last December. Barry Rice Architects is the firm on the project, which calls for condos in the rear annex building at Pierrepont Street. At year-end, building owners York & Sawyer also […]
McKim, Mead, and White’s 177 Montague Street is headed for some changes according to meeting notes from Community Board 2’s Land Use Committee. They approved the plan. This morning, the LPC was scheduled to review the application.
There will be a lot fewer suits walking the streets of Brooklyn Heights. After decades as one of the neighborhood’s preeminent law firms, Cullen & Dykman LLP has vacated the borough. As of Monday, staff at its 177 Montague Street headquarters, above Chase Bank, had relocated to Wall Street, where they will sadly blend in […]
Brownstoner reports that the Brooklyn Trust Company Building [177 Montague Street], currently home to Chase Bank, has been sold for $9.7 million. Chase sold the the building last year to Brookfield Asset Management who have now flipped it to the Stahl Real Estate Company. According to the Brooklyn Eagle, Stahl is building condos on Bridge […]
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