The Hendrik

Long-time NYC developer Hopestreet has teamed up with Beyer Blinder Belle Architect & Planners to transform the streetscape of Boerum Hill. With an eye for detail and a passion for craftsmanship, the Hendrik offers traditional building quality, modern convenience, and close adherence to design principles in one of Brooklyn’s best neighborhoods.

Architecture

The theme of the building is Scandinavian-inspired minimalism with a focus on Danish modern design and a commitment to craftsmanship.
Beyer Blinder Belle left no stone unturned when they were designing the Hendrik. The building itself making a striking impact with handcrafted Petersen brick imported from Denmark, beautifully merging the Nordic inspiration of the building with the industrial past of the neighborhood.

Residences

The craftsmanship and exquisite design from Beyer Blinder Belle continue throughout all the condos at The Hendrik. Each unit focuses on light, openness, and space with 10-foot ceilings and wide plank white oak floors. Plus, each unit includes eight-foot, Wausau noise reduction windows, letting in the sunlight but keeping out the bustle and noise of the city.

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The luxury continues into the kitchen where each unit has been outfitted with an unparalleled commitment to quality. The cabinets are lustrous hand-selected walnut, offset by the white Calacatta marble counters and backsplash. All the kitchens come with the best appliances on the market, with gas cooktop, fridge, dishwasher, and oven all provided by Miele (large capacity LG washer/dryer also comes as standard).

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The master baths showcase further superb woodwork with walnut vanities, Corian counters, and brass fixtures provided by Hansgrohe giving the space a distinctly minimalistic, Nordic look. Each master bath is finished with a Calacatta stone floor with underfloor heating. In select units, residents can look forward to a soaking tub by Zuma.

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Secondary baths and powder rooms also use walnut for the vanities, again completed with Corian counters.  However, this is offset with a modern dark hexagon Seta Nera stone tiling on the walls. The fixtures in the secondary baths are provided by Lacava.

Amenities

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The Hendrik offers plenty of amenities for all its condo residents, from the dramatic, custom-dyed concrete floor and oak-paneled lobby to the roof terrace designed by award-winning landscape architecture firm MPFP.
Residents can look forward to a:

  • Fitness room
  • Library
  • Children’s play area
  • Lounge (for everyday use or private functions)
  • On-site parking
  • Viewing garden and rooftop terrace
  • 24/7 doorman
  • Bike storage and pet spa

Availability

The Hendrik is comprised of 33 two-four bedroom units. Currently, there are seven listed for sale, four units and three penthouses.

Units

Units start at $1.6 million for 2 bed, 2 bath on the fifth floor with just shy of 1,200 square feet of living space. Prices increase to $1.85 million for a slightly larger unit (1,327 square feet), which includes an additional powder room.
For larger units, the Hendrik currently offers a 3 bed, 2.5 bath at just under $3 million, which has 1,844 square feet of living space and a 386 square feet private terrace. They also have a 4 bed, 3 bath unit for $3.1 million. With slightly more living space (1,897 square feet) it does have a much smaller terrace at 52 square feet.

Penthouses

The penthouses start at $3 million for 1,761 square foot, 3 bed 2.5 bath unit on the corner of 3rd and Atlantic. The other penthouse options include a 1,621 square foot, 3 bed 2.5 bath unit with a 146 square foot terrace for $3.2 million and cap at just under $4 million for a 2,524 square foot, 4 bed, 4 bath duplex which has a 360 square foot terrace.

Neighbourhood

Boerum Hill has a small town ease, but the eclectic diversity and energy of the big city. Home to the historic brownstones, it’s at the epicenter of some of the city’s best restaurants, markets, cafés, and boutiques.  And with the Barclay’s Center and Brooklyn Academy of Music just moments away, there’s plenty right in your backyard to keep you busy.
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