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Boutique Condos Launch Sales in Greenwood Heights

Eagle Development has commenced sales at 233 Eighteenth, a new boutique residential condominium located in Brooklyn’s Greenwood Heights neighborhood and designed by Brooklyn-based Tom Winter Architect/s. Prospective purchasers are able to walk the 20-unit building as well as the model homes now available for viewing. 

In addition, Eagle Development has collaborated with Greenwood neighbor Gasworks NYC, a community clay studio, to purchase ceramics and sculptural pieces from Gasworks artists and teachers to display in the building’s model residences and common spaces.

“We have seen a tremendous amount of interest in Greenwood new development in the past few years, and 233 Eighteenth delivers on key fundamentals that we hear from prospective buyers time and again are paramount, particularly after the past year,” said Brendan Aguayo, head of The Aguayo Team and SVP and managing director at Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing, which is marketing the units for sale.


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