Located in Park Slope, 251 First enables residents to enjoy all the best of what Brooklyn has to offer. Thanks to its location, design and modern technology, the building offers a truly great living experience for residents.


There were several elements that played a key role in the design of 251 First. One of those elements was natural light. The building maximizes this element through the use of cascading terraces that create multitudes of windows. Those terraces offer the additional advantage of helping to maximize both indoor and outdoor space. The building’s outdoor space is capped off by two sun-splashed courtyards.

Nature is another element that played a key role in the design of 251 First. That’s why the spaces outside and inside of this building are defined by a living green wall, charred cypress, European white oak and textured concrete.



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251 First Street has a total of twenty-nine unique apartment configurations. The experience provided by these unique residences starts in the living room, where ceiling heights can soar to just under 11’ tall. Residents can enjoy wonderful views through the energy-efficient glass. Those views are complemented by wide plank white oak flooring.


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Moving into the kitchen, custom-built satin lacquer cabinets conceal appliances to create a sleek and modern space. An extra-long island made from Anigre wood and topped with a seamless piece of Caesarstone ties this space together perfectly. In the master bathroom, honed white marble floors and walls are combined with Watermark fixtures. Powder rooms are outfitted with wet walls and Italian marble mosaic floors.


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The building also has eleven penthouses, which offer truly stunning views thanks to the presence of up to four exposures.



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24-hour coverage is provided at the building’s welcome desk through a combination of a part-time doorman and virtual concierge. The entry floor includes a stroller valet and storage, along with two comfortable seating areas, a lobby lounge and library. The building’s lower level has a fitness and yoga room, children’s playroom, bicycle storage, pet washing station and large capacity laundry room. There’s also a rooftop terrace with outdoor kitchen, lounge and dining areas.


There are six residences and two penthouses available at 251 First. The 2 bedrooms range between $1.289M and $1.335M, while the 3 bedrooms are listed from $1.695M to $2.495M. Penthouse 8B has 3 bedrooms and is listed at $1.845M, while the 4 bedroom Penthouse 10B is on the market for $2.9M.


Great dining, proven shopping, verdant parks and established schools are just a few examples of what makes Park Slope such a great place to call home. The location of 251 First provides convenient access to all the natural beauty of Prospect Park, along with a vibrant mix of old-school businesses and artisanal upstarts.


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