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A&H sells Liberty at bargain prices.

In a market replete with excessive prices for residential condominiums, Aguayo & Huebener Development is marketing The Liberty, a new nine-unit luxury condominium constructed by master builders John Polanca and John DeSiliva in South Park Slope at mid-market prices.

The marketing group's mission is to sell the units as quickly as possible and gear up to sell the developers' next project, also in South Park Slope, which is scheduled to break ground in early 2006.

According to Peggy Aguayo, principal of Aguayo & Huebener, "The Liberty is a market anomaly. All the high-end features are there, including wide, spacious rooms, 10-foot high ceilings and crown moldings, but the prices are truly reasonable. With a winning combination of excellent design and real value, sales are happening faster than we even anticipated with four units spoken for within the first week."

The starting price for a 1,150 s/f, two-bedroom, two-bath unit has been set at $599,000. Each apartment at The Liberty includes crown moldings, high ceilings and white oak floors. The bathrooms feature marble counters, custom-made medicine cabinets and travertine floors and kitchens feature granite counters framed by tumbled-marble backsplashes, center cook's islands, cherry wood cabinets and stainless steel Frigidaire appliances. In addition, the penthouse unit features three terraces with views of lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.

The Liberty contains nine two-bedroom units, each with outdoor space, including two ground floor duplex apartments with 900 s/f private gardens. The five-story building is sheathed in colonial-style brickwork and features a mansard roof. The black cornice and mahogany entry doors were handcrafted in the developers' shop.
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Title Annotation:Construction & DESIGN
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Nov 30, 2005
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