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Clinton Hill Luxury Rentals List for $35M

JLL Capital Markets is marketing for sale a luxury rental property at 840 Fulton St. in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood. The newly constructed property, which include 39 residential units and one retail unit, is listed for $34.5 million. 

The JLL Capital Markets team marketing the property is led by vice chairmen Stephen Palmese and Brendan Maddigan; managing directors Winfield Clifford, Michael Mazzara and Ethan Stanton; senior director Steven Rutman and VP Patrick Madigan. Managing director Peter Rotchford and senior director Jillian Mariutti are the financing leads.  

“This is an investment opportunity for a well-located rental property with a long-term tax abatement,” said Palmese. 

Constructed in 2019, the seven-story, 39,266-square-foot property features a retail space occupied by Wholesome Farms Market. The building is located near the Clinton-Washington subway station, which provides direct Manhattan access via the C line. 


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JLL's Palmese

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