Halcyon Management Group rang in the 2017 with a residents’ party at The Hamilton, its newest amenity-laden building at 968 60th Street. Having leased over 65 percent of the 92 studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units in the span of just a few months, the gathering was well-attended by singles, couples, and families alike. They shared refreshments and toasted the building’s success with white sangria while enjoying a great playlist from DJ G.C. Morales.
“The Hamilton is a new community as opposed to yet another building,” says co-developer Yoel Sabel of Halcyon Management Group. “Our tenants have bonded over the excitement of the building and the thrill of living in a neighborhood that is rising as fast as this one.”
In addition to building-sponsored events, residents regularly make the most of the chance to get together in the building’s amenities. The library and meeting room on the first level is a natural work-from-home space; across the dramatic double-height lobby, residents can unwind in the game room with regulation-size billiard and pool tables or in the adjacent media room. One level down is a 1,500-square-foot, fully equipped fitness room, brightly hued children’s playroom, PGA golf simulator, and separate, state-of-the-art laundry area. A large landscaped roof deck with cabanas and gas grills will open this spring, and residents also have an on-site parking garage.
Beyond the communal spaces, the distinct design of the apartments lends itself to stylish living and entertaining opportunities. Each unit has high ceilings, large windows, hardwood floors, and generous closet and storage space. The kitchens, which are laid out in a way that allow residents to cook and entertain while facing their families and guests, feature stainless-steel appliances, gas ranges, blond-wood cabinetry, glass-tile backsplashes, and Ceasarstone countertops. The serene, porcelaintiled bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs or rain shower heads, and all include stylish black mattefinish faucets and hardware.
Located on the border of Sunset Park and Borough Park, The Hamilton is close to schools, parks, and two main retail corridors bustling with multicultural shops and a diverse range of restaurants. The building is conveniently located near bus stops and the N and D subway lines, from which it is approximately a 40-minute ride to midtown Manhattan.
More information about The Hamilton may be found at http://www.TheHamilton.com or by calling 718-633-1033.