Brooklyn, Serhant love’s 550 Vanderbilt


A bit of Real Estate news from Ryan Serhant, on Brooklyn 550 Vanderbilt.

New York real estate market, the summer months are tough. The buyers that are looking for top of the line high end real estate just aren’t around, they’re all out on their yachts, vacations, or living it up in the Hamptons, which naturally slows down the market for even the best of brokers in the city.

Though it seems Ryan Serhant, of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listings New York and NestSeekers, doesn’t feel affected by those summer waves. His team in the past weeks closed 15 new deals on the luxury condominium project 550 Vanderbilt, that collectively represent over $20 million dollars in inventory for the property.

“My team and I are very aggressive marketers, relentless negotiators, and passionate human beings.  We love 550 Vanderbilt – that’s what we’re selling – and it’s working,” said Serhant.

Nestled among Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods, near the borough’s largest transportation hub, 550 Vanderbilt is a unique full-service condominium offering a modern lifestyle within a park. The building features residences between studios and four-bedrooms and has been crafted inside and out by architecture firm COOKFOX.

The building features a ton of crazy amenities too from a resident’s library, fitness center, private catered dining room, pet grooming room, and private storage facilities. Units also feature an outdoor deck with some of the incredible views of the Eastern side of Manhattan and the greenery of Brooklyn beyond. The building is also centrally located to transit hubs skirting around Brooklyn’s nearing-nightmare L train shutdown, so commuting to work will never be disrupted.

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