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Leasing has commenced at 200 Montague St., a residential and retail development in Brooklyn Heights

Luxury Rentals Launch Leasing in Brooklyn Heights

Co-developers Aurora Capital Associates and Midtown Equities have launched leasing at their new luxury residential rental and retail development, 200 Montague St., located in the Borough Hall Skyscraper Historic District of Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn. 

“With all the talented partners on this project, 200 Montague is poised for tremendous success, and we’re thrilled to be part of the team bringing this building to market in one of the most desirable areas of the City,” said Jared Epstein, president and principal at Aurora Capital Associates.  

Leasing is being handled by MNS. The 20-story, 121-unit rental development offers homes ranging in size from one- to three-bedroom apartments starting from $3,500 per month. 

“200 Montague St. is a uniquely positioned residential offering that combines the historic and modern elements of the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood,” said Andrew Barrocas, CEO of MNS.  


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