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If you’re on the market to buy or rent a brand-new apartment this season, you’re in luck.
A flurry of spiffy condo, co-op and rental developments are set to launch this spring — and not just in Manhattan. Whether you’re looking in Brooklyn, Queens or Staten Island, there are solid new real-estate offerings in every borough.
No matter the neighborhood, there are projects both small and large — and everything in between — that cater to any resident’s preferences. Whether you prefer an intimate condo with only two units or an amenity-packed rental with 900 apartments, now’s the time to get your checkbooks ready.
Read on for a look at 44 buildings hitting the market this season.

Boerum Hill is really heating up, with a host of projects entering the market this season. Another one is The Hendrik, at 509 Pacific St., a Hopestreet development designed by Beyer Blinder Belle. The Hendrik will deliver 33 condos when completed in fall 2017; there will be two- through four-bedrooms running up to 2,500-plus square feet. Many units will have terraces, and they’re estimated to have a $1.5 million base price. But hey, if you can’t land a home with a private outdoor space, enjoy the building’s shared landscaped roof and a central courtyard. Want more? There’s also a gym, lounge, children’s playroom, pet spa and parking.

Contact: Halstead Property Development Marketing, 718-878-1767