Alloy Development’s doing glam DUMBO projects

By Lore Croghan - Source: http://www.brooklyneagle.com
This is what Alloy Development's DUMBO Townhouses project will look like. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

This is what Alloy Development’s DUMBO Townhouses project will look like. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

DUMBO has been good to Jared Della Valle.

The architect-developer’s company Alloy Development sold out its luxury condo project, the DUMBO Townhouses, at the corner of Pearl and Water Streets for fat prices – and it’s not much more than a hole in the ground.

And a former Brillo warehouse at 185 Plymouth St. that’s being converted into eight loft-style condos with two new penthouses on top is long sold out as well.

Before you know it, this sleek townhouse project will rise in the heart of DUMBO. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

Before you know it, this sleek townhouse project will rise in the heart of DUMBO. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

The firm established itself as a DUMBO residential developer with a successful conversion of 192 Water St.

“We love developing in the neighborhood,” said Della Valle, who has lived in DUMBO since 2001 and whose office is at 20 Jay St.

“We see our buyers in the street all the time,” he said. “People know our interest is to produce the best possible product we can.”

The five four-bedroom, three-bath DUMBO Townhouses – with amenities like private parking, a roof terrace, 20-foot parlor floor ceilings, fireplaces and skylights – were marketed in collaboration with Sotheby’s International Realty.

Hearth and home … at Alloy Development's DUMBO Townhouses project. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

Hearth and home … at Alloy Development’s DUMBO Townhouses project. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

Archimedes did his best thinking in the bathtub – imagine what he could dream up in here. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

Archimedes did his best thinking in the bathtub – imagine what he could dream up in here. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

“We raised our prices for every townhouse,” he said. “For the last one, the price was almost $5 million.”

The Plymouth Street deals were struck a year earlier at an average price of $1,000 per square foot – and since then, DUMBO condo prices have risen 15%, Della Valle said. That said, the penthouses went for as much as $1,600 per square foot.

The sale closings are expected to take place this spring.

Some bloggers snipe about the views from the John Street side of the Plymouth Street building – which overlooks the Con Ed substation at 89 John St. (and the shoreline).

Rendering of 185 Plymouth St. includes view of Con Ed substation. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

Rendering of 185 Plymouth St. includes view of Con Ed substation. Rendering courtesy of Alloy Development

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