Landmark park Slope to Officially Launch Leasing

June 11, 2013

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The Naftali Group will officially launching leasing for Landmark Park Slope, its newest rental development, through in July. The 12-story building features 104 residential units and offers residents premium amenities with spacious, elegant homes designed to appeal to a higher standard of rental living. The property also includes retail space.

“Our vision for this property was to create a high caliber residential development that offers residents the opportunity to leave work behind and come home to enjoy a fill service environment with an unparalleled level of amenities in, what I believe, is one of the best neighborhoods in all of NYC,” said Miki Naftali, Chairman and CEO, of the Naftali Group. “Our team has paid painstaking attention to every detail within this development to deliver a stand-out residential destination that not only elevates the lifestyle for residents, but enhances the neighborhood as a whole.”

Slated for occupancy in August 2013, Landmark Park Slope, located at 267 6th St. on the corner of Fourth Avenue, presents a sophisticated, timeless design to enhance the visual landscape of Fourth Avenue, while providing another retail opportunity for a neighborhood that was voted the best in NYC by New York Magazine.

The building’s facade features a sparkling glass exterior, while interiors feature exquisite design details and vast living spaces, designed by the internationally acclaimed Andres Escobar & Associates, whose previous work includes dozens of high end NYC residential and hotel developments including The Jade Hotel in Greenwhich Village, The Corner on the Upper West Side and District in the Financial District.

“What I love most about this property is its central location. Landmark Park Slope offers a close proximity to Prospect Park with some of the best dining and retail options in the borough located on Fifth and Seventh Avenues, and then exploding creative scene in the nearby Gowanus,” said David Maundrell, founder and president of “Additionally the neighborhood features some of the best schools in NYC and, most importantly, access to the F and R subway lines, which both take you directly to Manhattan in a few short stops.”

Featuring a mix of studio, one-and two-bedroom apartments, select homes at Landmark Park Slope also include private terraces. Pricing for apartments begin at $2,100 for a studio, $2,800 for a one-bedroom and $3,700 for a two-bedroom.

Each home at Landmark Park Slope includes floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors, spacious closets and washer/dryers. The large gourmet kitchens feature premium stainless steel appliances including dishwashers in every home. The kitchen design is further accented by CeaserStone Quartz countertops, custom cabinets with natural wood finishes, custom sinks and faucets and porcelain tile backsplashes.

Homes also include spa-like bathrooms with internationally sourced materials and custom fictures. BAthrooms include imported Catalina bathtubs, imported Spanish porcelain tiles, custom vanities, sinks and faucets and medicine cabinets. Select homes feature walk-in showers.

Landmark Park Slope offers residents hotel-style amenities including an outstanding roof deck with cabanas, lounge, grill areas and spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn Harbor. Additional amenities include a furnished and landscaped courtyard, resident’s lounge and state-of-the-art fitness center, double height lobby, full-time doorman, residential storage space, bike storage and attended parking available for lease.

Located in Park Slope on Fourth Avenue, and area that is continuing to evolve into a neighborhood booming with residential buildings and retail stores, Landmark Park Slope is surrounded by an extensive amount of entertainment options. Park Slope is a family-friendly neighborhood that is surrounded by Brooklyn landmarks including Prospect Park, The Brooklyn Museum and the Barclay’s Center. Home to a number of restaurants, shops, arts studios, music halls and lounges; there is always something new to discover. Park Slope is also conveniently located only a few stops from Manhattan.