NEW YORK, NY - Cooper Square Realty, the New York subsidiary of FirstService Residential Management, has been selected to manage 111 Kent Avenue, a new boutique residential rental building located in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. Cooper Square Realty’s Rental Division, headed by Vice President Robert Klehammer, is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the property.
Located on the East River waterfront, in the heart of Williamsburg, 111 Kent is unique in its design, with angled windows that provide most every unit with sweeping river, park and Manhattan skyline views. The building’s amenities package includes a rooftop pool and sundeck, high-tech resident’s lounge and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Cooper Square Realty has decades of experience meeting the distinctive needs of high-profile luxury properties. The addition of this rental residence reinforces the company’s standing as the largest property management company in New York City and the preferred management company for institutional owners.
“As a result of our size and experience in the New York City market, Cooper Square Realty is able to offer a variety of unique programs that build value for our clients – above and beyond ordinary property management,” says David Kuperberg, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Cooper Square Realty. Programs range from discounted tax certiorari, insurance, and purchasing programs, to bulk energy purchasing, online lease applications, and a Customer Care Center that quickly addresses tenant inquires.
Cooper Square Realty is the premier residential property management company in New York City and also offers project management and energy management services. Cooper Square’s portfolio comprises upwards of 500 condominiums, cooperatives, and rental properties with an aggregate value of over $6 billion. The company manages more than 70,000 residences that are home to more than 200,000 people. These include distinctive lifestyle properties such as The Plaza Residences, luxury residential towers such as New York by Gehry, new developments, prewar landmark buildings, and apartment complexes.