Situated within the quaint and inviting Brooklyn neighborhood of South Slope, 305 23rd Street is a new five-story boutique condominium designed by Marin Architects, developed by HPI Development LLC. Compass Development Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent. Located on a tree-lined residential street adjacent to Brooklyn’s historic Green-Wood Cemetery, the residential building takes advantage of the natural views of the peaceful greenspace and leverages its full zoning allowance, while seamlessly blending in with the surrounding neighborhood. Expansive interiors allow for flexible living, with understated yet timelessly sophisticated design.
Drawing inspiration from its bucolic surroundings and acknowledging an increased desire for access to the natural world, the building prioritizes a healthy balance of indoor and outdoor spaces. All 11 residences include a private outdoor area and sunlight-infused interiors. Large balconies are accented with modern glass railings. Flower boxes line large front-facing windows, inset in a stately brick-clad facade, with greenery and wood accents contributing to the curb appeal. In addition to a common garden with an adjacent entertaining lounge and roof deck with stunning city views, Green-Wood Cemetery is seamlessly incorporated as an extension of the project’s backyard, presenting residents with a quiet green space for reflection. Other amenities include onsite parking for purchase, bike storage, laundry room, and video intercom.
There are three units per floor, each with open, airy, and modern interiors. Thoughtful layouts allow for flexibility in the usage of each space, and living rooms are broad enough for living, dining, and a home office. Open kitchens are equipped with dual-tone custom cabinetry providing ample storage, a Trambiserra honed marble countertop, and state-of-the-art appliances by Liebherr, Bosch, and LG. All bedrooms are furnished with expansive closet space, and primary bedrooms boast en-suite baths with a custom vanity, mosaic tiling, inset medicine cabinets, and a sizable shower. In stark contrast to the park-like views, the northern views from the building overlook the stunning Manhattan skyline.