Arbor 18, Adam America and CGI Strategies’ new ground-up development in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn, has officially launched sales with studios, one, two and three- bedroom residences priced from $530,000 to $1.9 million. Halstead Property Development Marketing’s The Aguayo Team is the exclusive marketing and sales team. Arbor Eighteen rises 11-stories and consists of 73 condominiums bringing luxury to the district between South Slope and Greenwood Heights in Brooklyn. Arbor 18 is inspired by its proximity to some of Brooklyn’s best parks and is itself a green sanctuary, with lush outdoor space and serene interiors designed by Paris Forino, with wellness-oriented amenities conceived to induce calm and promote a healthy lifestyle. First occupancy is slated for the end of the year.
“Luxury today is all about finding time for yourself and having an oasis to come home to at the end of the day. That concept guided us when we created Arbor Eighteen,” said Omri Sachs, co-founder of Adam America Real Estate, which is developing the project with CGI Strategies. “We’re offering more than just a building, we’re providing a way of life for our residents, one that prioritizes balance and tranquility. Nothing of the caliber of Arbor Eighteen has ever existed in this neighborhood, which is why we are confident that buyers will jump at the chance to live here. Particularly at such an attractive price point.”
This serene experience begins with the building’s three green spaces, which include a landscaped courtyard, Zen garden and roof deck. The gardens and foliage were designed by renowned landscape architect Steven Yavanian, founding principal and design director of SYLA also known for his work at the Cleveland Museum of Art. “Drawing inspiration from the local landscape and landmarks, SYLA’s vision was to create a series of outdoor areas for residents to enjoy daily encounters with nature,” he said.
“Understated luxury is thoughtfully curated throughout— from the wellness-inspired amenities to the residence interiors,” said Paris Forino, “The subdued, natural palette invites the senses to feel at ease.”
Arbor Eighteen is located at 185 18th Street and was designed by Isaac & Stern Architects designed the beautifully crafted facade of the building featuring a custom Arctic Gray brick. Arbor Eighteen will offer a mixture of 73 homes ranging from studios to three-bedroom residences. 29 of the units will offer private outdoor space. Residences feature massive windows and ceiling heights from 9’ to 10’9”, custom 7.5” wide rustic white oak flooring, in-unit washer and dryers and energy efficient appliances, including the heating and cooling systems. Finishes include super white honed Quartzite countertops, Bosch appliances, and marble mosaic bathroom flooring.
Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center with a yoga studio, a meditation room, an infrared sauna, a library with a fireplace, a private lounge space with billiards table, screening area and a private dining room with kitchenette, an attended lobby, a day-lit children’s playroom, bike and stroller storage, private storage, onsite parking with electric car chargers, a pet spa, an auxiliary laundry room for oversized items. Arbor Eighteen is also ideally situated near some of Brooklyn’s best parks, including Prospect Park and the 478-acre Greenwood Cemetery. Those parks inspired the three incredibly unique outdoor space at Arbor 18, as well as the building's unprecedented amenity package, which emphasizes healthy living.