Surrounded by the historic neighborhoods of Prospect Heights, Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, Park Slope and Clinton Hill, 550 Vanderbilt Avenue offers the best of Brooklyn.
Author: Julia Kennelly
The past year saw dozens of new developments and conversions across the five boroughs open and we’ve endeavored to bring you the inside scoop on most of them. But if there’s one thing we’ve learned, it takes more than dollar signs and divine amenities to create a stand-out home in a city full of them.
550 Vanderbilt, the first condo building to open at Pacific Park Brooklyn, is, as Ryan Serhant puts it, “the first chance to own in a building inside of a park”.
Take a look at 550 Vanderbilt’s beautiful interior, striking façade and panoramic midtown skyline views.
Field Condition takes a tour of 550 Vanderbilt. Check out the story to see some great shots of the building.
Even with the typical summer slowdown, Million Dollar Listing New York star Ryan Serhant and his team closed 15 new deals at 550 Vanderbilt in the past weeks .
Everyone wants to enjoy some greenery and that is what 550 Vanderbilt offers with its communal garden terrace where building residents can plant in private planters.
Ryan Serhant tapped to sell out Pacific Park’s first residential condo 550 Vanderbilt.
Developers are building eco-friendly residences and 550 Vanderbilt, designed by COOKFOX Architects, is one of them.
550 Vanderbilt has partnered with local businesses like Olmsted and Vanderbilt Wine Merchants as part of its Neighborhood Partner Program, one of the many amenities available at the building.