From Vacant Lot to Luxury Rentals on Attorney Street

Posted on: October 31st, 2019 at 5:00 am by

At the sleepy southern terminus of Attorney Street, another luxury rental is ready to go.

The development at 91 Attorney is nearly a decade in the making, and rose atop a long-neglected lot and its adjacent garage. Developer Morris Platt picked up the parcel for $4 million back in 2013. (The other building onsite had been demolished in 2009.) Two years later, he partnered with Marin Architects on the project.

(Curiously, the firm seems to think this neighborhood is Brooklyn.)

The eight-story newcomer sports 44 apartments spread across 29,337 square-feet of space. Composition is 3 studios, 27 one-bedrooms, and 14 two-bed-two-bathrooms. So far, none of the units are on the market for the taking.

February 2013

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