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Avery Hall Launches Leasing at One Boerum Place Apartments

Avery Hall Investments has begun leasing at One Boerum Place, a market-rate apartment property located at the intersection of Brooklyn Heights and Boerum Hill. All units at the 22-story property offer views of New York Harborand Brownstone Brooklyn.

“One Boerum Place is the culmination of years spent crafting a landmark building to perfection,” said Avi Fisher, founding partner of Avery Hall. “We sought to build an atmosphere for residents to feel grounded with quality design and every imaginable amenity from the most central location in Brooklyn. There is no rental building of this caliber in the New York City region and we’re eager to welcome residents this summer.”

Located within a one-minute walk from eight subway lines, One Boerum Place is immediately adjacent to the Brooklyn Bridge. The building has a two-story, 22,000-square-foot retail base which will be leased to local businesses.

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