DARK PALETTE

LIGHT PALETTE

HELLO TOWNHAUS

30 Underhill | 8 Luxury Townhouses | Est. 2017

HELLO TOWNHAUS is a collection of eight newly constructed single-family townhomes located in Brooklyn’s coveted neighborhood of Prospect Heights. Located at 22-36 Underhill Avenue, these magnificent three-story residences offer a stately scale superbly woven around the natural intimacy of townhouse living. These residences deliver an impressive range of space to please the eye, excite the pragmatic and fulfill every need with sophistication, clarity and style. Re-interpreting the classic pre-war townhome, each individual HELLO TOWNHAUS is a smart home that reveals exceptionally choreographed floor plans that spans approximately 2,700 square feet, generously spread across 3 opulent bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, great room, den, laundry room, finished cellar, sprawling private

terrace and finished roof deck. 

 

HELLO TOWNHAUS has been built with state-of-the-art PassivHaus components for superior energy performance unmatched in any series of single-family townhomes in Brooklyn. Designed with a stalwart focus on nature and technology, these homes are a reflection of innovative planning and the developer’s desire to create an architecturally distinguished retreat for its residents.

 

HELLO TOWNHAUS are offered for consideration in two exceptional finish palettes – Light and Dark – curated by collaborative design efforts of celebrated architect Jun Aizaki of Crème Architecture + Design, Brooklyn based Design Kollektiv and Loadingdock5 Architecture.

Features

  • Large Private Terrace & Roof Terrace

  • Highly Insulated Triple-Paned Windows and Doors

  • 4" of EFIS Insulation

  • Bedrooms 

  • Ultra Luxury Kitchens & Baths

Design

Neighborhood

At only a half-square mile in size, Prospect Heights is a Brooklyn neighborhood rich in cultural diversity, known for a welcoming feel of its streets and inhabitants, and reputed for its abundance of green space. Prospect Heights is the quintessential blend of quiet esthetic elegance of a historic past and a lively abundance of activity, arts, and entertainment. Public crown jewels such as The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the Brooklyn Central Library and sports and entertainment hub, Barclay’s Center, offer the local community amenities sought after far and wide. Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park’s gateway to an array of art, free concerts, ballfields, playgrounds, public events, greenmarkets, keeps this tight-knit community together.

 

New locally-owned restaurants, bars, venues and specialty shops have sprouted up along the commercial thoroughfares of Vanderbilt and Washington Avenues. Staples like Ogliastro, Tom’s, Kimchi Grill, Cheryl’s Global Soul, Bar Chuko, Weather Up, and Olmsted keep its community satiated along what is now known as “restaurant row”. With so much to offer, Prospect Heights fascinates those on a quest for both quiet and invigorating neighborhood facets, while offering easy and direct connectivity to anywhere in Brooklyn, Manhattan and beyond.

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