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Adding a splash of modern living to a corridor of continuous brownstones, 433 Warren Street, a contemporary take on townhouse town¬∑house or town house ¬†
n.
1. A residence in a city.

2. A row house, especially a fashionable one.
 living, has just launched sales.

"As one of the few new residential developments in Boerum Hill Boerum Hill is a small neighborhood in the northwestern portion of the New York City borough of Brooklyn that occupies 36 blocks bounded by State Street to the north, 4th Avenue to the east, Court Street to the west, and Warren Street to the south. , 433 Warren offers buyers townhouse-style living with modern design and rich details," said Highlyann Krasnow, executive vice president of The Developers Group, exclusive sales and marketing firm for the project.

The four-story, lukabond and brick boutique Boutique

A small investment firm specializing in offering specific, but limited services to a select number of individuals.

Notes:
These investment firms are the alternatives to large financial supermarkets. They provide a highly personalized environment for investing.
 building will house 13 homes, ranging in size from a 750s/f studio to 1,800 s/f four bedroom residences. Four ground-floor Adj. 1. ground-floor - on the floor closest to level with the ground; "the ground-floor entrance is kept locked"
downstair, downstairs - on or of lower floors of a building; "the downstairs (or downstair) phone"
 triplexes will have a pull-in Noun 1. pull-in - a roadside cafe especially for lorry drivers
pull-up

cafe, coffee bar, coffee shop, coffeehouse - a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold

Britain, Great Britain, U.K.
 driveway and parking garage. Some units will offer attic space that can be converted into a home office, fitness room or kids playroom.

Ore International is developing 433 Warren. The building will be ready for occupancy in Spring 2008 and is starting at approximately $499,000.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Nov 28, 2007
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