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Love Lane Mews in Brooklyn Heights sells out

Manhattan Skyline Management Coproration’s Love Lane Mews, a former parking garage, in Brooklyn Heights.

From Manhattan Skyline Management Corporation

Manhattan Skyline Management Corporation announces that its most recent Brooklyn residential development, Love Lane Mews, has officially sold out.  The intimate, newly-converted 38-unit condo residence is located at the corner of College Place. 

“We are thrilled with the success of Love Lane Mews,” said Laurie Zucker, principal at Manhattan Skyline. “Our buyers universally love the experience of living in a private home combined with the same great features and amenities only found in larger condominium buildings, which we have provided to them on a boutique scale.”
The beautiful three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom duplex apartment with an over-sized den on the first floor completes sales at Love Lane. Spanning 3,442 square feet, the maisonette-style home sold for $3,175,000.  Solid white-oak strip flooring, soaring ceilings, and a gourmet kitchen with Viking appliances and solid cherry wood cabinetry grace the home, as they do throughout Love Lane. The luxurious master bath includes a 6-foot-long Zuma soaking tub and double sinks set in Italian marble. All homes have Bosch washers and dryers.

Love Lane Mews residents are welcomed through an inviting lobby with African teak paneling, original exposed brick walls, Koala honed marble floors, and attended by a 24-hour concierge. Other amenities include a resident manager, a fully-equipped fitness center, bicycle storage, and a central laundry facility for oversized loads.

In a neighborhood where parking spaces are almost impossible to find, Love Lane Mews features its own private, attended garage, where each buyer is licensed a parking space. The garage space is included in the purchase price of each residence.

Love Lane Mews is steps to Montague Street and Brooklyn’s best restaurants, cafes, and shops, as well as excellent private and public schools and parks. Both subway and bus lines are just a short walk for easy and convenient transportation.

September 12, 2013 - 11:30am


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