Sales have launched for Post House, an 11-story residential building at 533 Pacific Street in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Designed by Issac & Stern Architects and developed by Sterling Town Equities, the structure yields 41 condominiums and an extensive amenity package. The property is located between 3rd and 4th Avenues.
The first closings are expected to commence in early 2023. Available homes range from one- to four-bedroom layouts including two half-floor penthouse units. Select residences offer a private balcony or terrace.
“Post House brings an elevated lifestyle experience to Boerum Hill,” said Tamara Abir from Compass, which is responsible for sales and marketing for the property. “We are thrilled to bring this boutique community to market with impeccably designed residences and modern amenities with an emphasis on seamless indoor-outdoor living.”
Issac & Stern Architects utilized the arch as the building’s dominant motif, which is expressed throughout the property. Along Atlantic Avenue, where the property was alternatively referred to as 542 Atlantic Avenue, the white brick façade is perforated by double-height arched windows and arch-framed loggias. On Pacific Street, residents are welcomed through a gated arched entryway that is flanked by a lush courtyard garden with the backdrop of a red brick façade.
The interiors are designed by Workshop/APD, which drew inspiration from surrounding properties in the historic district, as well as the elegant arch. This is observed in the arched entryways, ceilings, and ornamentation in both communal and private residential spaces.
The amenity collection includes a residents’ lounge with a greenhouse that opens directly into the private courtyard, a fitness center with changing rooms and a sauna, a children’s playroom, a “maker’s room” for arts and crafts, and a pet spa. Owners will also have access to a landscaped roof deck with an outdoor gym, ample seating, and dining areas.
“Post House is a love letter to Brooklyn, the perfect blend of past and present with an undeniable elegance that permeates all aspects of its design,” says Brook Quach, a design director and associate at Workshop/APD. “The building’s gracious form is contextually relevant to the surrounding communities while providing prospective residents with a brand-new experience that enhances and complements their modern lifestyles.”