Steuben, Greystone’s Second Clinton Hill Rental Building, Surpasses 50 Percent Leasing
Greystone Development announced that Steuben, one of Greystone’s two Clinton Hill rental buildings collectively dubbed Myrtle & Steuben, is over 50 percent leased. Dave Maundrell of Citi Habitats is exclusively handling the leasing for these properties.
Located at 100 Steuben Street, Steuben is an eight-story residential building featuring 43 residences. Designed by AB Architekten, the building offers renters studios to three-bedroom units ranging from approximately 460 to 1,140 square feet, some of which come with private outdoor space. Other building amenities include a resident lounge, game room, co-working space, fitness center, virtual doorman, rooftop terrace, as well as bike and resident storage. Net effective rents for Steuben start at $2,542.
Myrtle, the first phase of the development, is located around the corner at 531 Myrtle Avenue. Myrtle launched leasing in January 2017 and is 100% occupied.
“Both Clinton Hill properties have been incredibly successful with leasing efforts and indicate a strong rental market and high demand for similar products in this neighborhood,” said Jeff Simpson, head of Greystone Development. “With Clinton Hill currently experiencing a residential renaissance, we wanted to develop high-quality residences in this neighborhood and bring elevated housing options to its residents.”
Steuben is situated in the heart of Clinton Hill, and is within walking distance of several major public transportation routes. This dynamic and vibrant neighborhood offers a wide variety of restaurants, coffee shops and retail stores and is only a short distance from Pratt Institute, the Barclays Center and Fort Greene Park.
“There is very strong demand for premium boutique properties like Myrtle & Steuben in today’s New York City rental market. Given Clinton Hill’s appealing central location, mix of local businesses and neighborhood-like feel, it is no surprise that the properties are experiencing such great success,” said Maundrell.
For more information, visit www.myrtleandsteuben.com.