If you gotta have luxury condos in your hood, at least they can come with a massive market and food hall for everyone in the area, no?
Leasing began today on the Ashland for "luxury" units in their 570-foot-tall tower in Fort Greene ranging from $7,500 for a three-bedroom apartment all the way down to the bargain basement price of $2600 for a studio. This fall, Gotham Market at the Ashland—a satellite version of Gotham West Market in Hell's Kitchen—will throw open the doors to its 16,000-square-foot with seven permanent food and drink vendors like Midtown BeerBQ joint Mason Jar, Joshua Smookler's LIC noodle-house Mu Ramen and Dinosaur Bar-B-Que founder John Stage running Flip Bird, Apizza Regionale, and one TBD eatery. One pop-up spot will remain for local bakers, chefs and makers of consumable artisanal goods looking to fill four-month stints there for the price of, um, free. (To apply for this spot, just email firstname.lastname@example.org with info on your brand and why you'd like to be part of the Market.
Gotham Market at the Ashland will be blocks away from BAM, Barclays and Atlantic Terminal, making it the third market in the area with Brooklyn Navy Yard's BLDG 77 and Downtown Brooklyn's DeKalb Market Hall.