Residences designed to make the everyday extraordinary.


Discover your new habitat, Habitat821, Bed-Stuy’s newest boutique luxury condominium. Offering two and three bedroom duplex residences, each with private outdoor spaces, Habitat821 sets the new standard for living in Bed-Stuy.

Meticulously designed, each home presents generous open layouts and sleek, high-end finishes, a combination unmatched in Bed-Stuy. Step into a spacious and airy environment where floor to ceiling French-paned windows flood the rooms with natural light. Glass balustrades glisten with reflections, inviting you toward elegant double-height stairwells.

Polished stone counters and glass wall tile kick off a crisp and inspiring palate in the kitchen. Lacquered exotic wood cabinetry adds intrigue against the natural warmth of the white oak planks underfoot. Share more time with family and friends in an open living space designed to bring you together in comfort.

Sleep well in bedrooms that look out onto your private outdoor haven. Stay organized with ample storage and a walk-in laundry room. Step onto your private outdoor deck to soak up the sun and relax in the warm summer months.

Live the life you have been waiting for in one of Brooklyn’s premier neighborhood communities, steps from Brooklyn-born restaurants, cafes, shoppes, and parks.

Residences at Habitat821 offer 1,580 to 1,765 square feet of living space and 297 to 986 square feet of private outdoor space. The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the sponsor. File no. CD12-0076



Living it up.


Bedford-Stuyvesant, popularly known as Bed-Stuy (sounds like: Bed-Sty), is located in central Brooklyn and nudges up against ultra-hip Williamsburg. A historic neighborhood that boasts both pristine brownstones and unkempt storefronts, generations-old Bed-Stuy residents share their streets with newcomers and hip kids. Although Bed-Stuy bears an unsavory reputation, its tight-knit community's dedication to their neighborhood continues to support improvements as renovating bars and cafes increasingly join its cadre of locally-owned businesses.