PERFECTLY AT HOME ON BED-STUY’S FAVORITE PARK
COMING SOON! PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST. 253 Tompkins is a new boutique condominium pleasantly situated on the eastern side of Herbert Von King Park, with tall trees, playgrounds, a dog run, and green lawns. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the creators of Central Park, Herbert Von King is a lively town square in Bedford-Stuyvesant—dotted by Little Roy Coffee Co., a performing arts center reopening after a major restoration, and a mix of historic brownstones and residential properties.
The ten condominium residences at 253 Tompkins include One and Two Bedrooms, Duplexes, and a Penthouse, each designed with pleasing proportions and high ceilings, maximizing light and views. Kitchens offer premium appliances by Bosch and Fisher & Paykel including gas cooktops, wall ovens, dishwashers, and German millwork. Bathrooms have luxurious fixtures and finishes with floor to ceiling tile. Many homes have private outdoor spaces and views over the park and the skyline. Every residence has a washer/dryer.
Building amenities embrace the outdoors; these include a first floor garden and a rooftop terrace with panoramic views from Downtown to Midtown Manhattan and across Brooklyn. An elevator serves every floor including the roof deck.
253 Tompkins is designed by Isaac & Stern, the noted architectural firm whose practice draws inspiration from classic New York neighborhoods. 253 Tompkins is both fresh and totally at home in its surroundings. Red and brown brick, large traditional windows, and setback terraces make it a seamless addition to the square. Isaac & Stern’s portfolio includes 610 Warren Street in Boerum Hill, 90 Morton Street in the West Village, and 50 Clinton on the Lower Each Side, all properties with proven residential value and thoughtful design.
The building’s neighborhood–and Tompkins Avenue itself–showcases Bed-Stuy’s culinary, shopping, and arts scene with many favorite local haunts located blocks away. 253 Tompkins is within walking distance to the G, A, and C trains.
We look forward to welcoming you to 253 Tompkins — your new home on the park.