Since 2015, Univani Realty LLC has been specializing in developing, marketing, and selling luxurious residential real estate projects across Brooklyn NY, primarily concentrating on the borough’s south. Regardless of the size of a project, the firm has always been a client-focused, resourceful, and detail-oriented boutique real estate agency helping its clients achieve their goals through delivering the results effectively, on time, and on budget. The firm strongly believes that only by delivering exceptional services to its clients it is possible to thrive in this competitive and challenging market. Such fundamental principles as integrity, market knowledge, and professionalism are the core of the firm’s values. Univani Realty LLC is a licensed real estate broker and abides by Equal Housing Opportunity laws.
Mr.Ivan Bovkun, the company’s principal, earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from Baruch College. He is a member of the Brooklyn Board of Realtors, The New York state association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors (NAR). His family has been living in Brooklyn since 2001.
Unit 4 rooftop terrace offers about 400 square feet of private space for hosting intimate parties under the stars or for looking out over the city from a secluded spot.
Front balcony allows you to look out over the city from your private porch while the back balcony is a perfect place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee in relative seclusion. Available in Units 3 and 4.
Nestled between the Sunset Park and Park Slope neighborhoods in Brooklyn, South Slope (aka Greenwood) is a highly desirable area in New York City to live. It is a quiet neighborhood with a laid-back feel. When you live in South Slope, you will live among treelined streets, historic landmarks, and unique rowhouses. Recently, South Slope has become one of the best places to live in New York City and is a go-to destination for quality bars, restaurants, and art venues.
Greenwood is filled with young professionals and families and offers an urban feel while still providing an escape from the bustle of the city. The public schools are highly rated, and there are many parks, including the Prospect Park, to draw you outdoors. The sidewalks in Greenwood are wide and stroller-friendly.
The neighborhood is bordered by the historic Green-Wood Cemetery, which offers plenty of quiet greenspaces to relax away from everything. This cemetery was founded in 1838 and is a National Historic Landmark. It includes 478 acres of rolling hills, pathways, and mausoleums with famous permanent residents including Civil War generals, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and many others. Green-Wood cemetery draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year because of its spectacular architecture and historical significance.
Between 14th and 15th Streets, you'll find another historic treasure in the 14th Regiment Armory. This building was built in 1891 to 1892 in a castle-style during the Victorian era. In front of the building is the Doughboy statue, which is a monument dedicated to soldiers from World War I.
Kids love the Open Source Soap Box Gallery, where they can make their soapboxes out of scrap materials and recycled objects. At the close of the summer, the kids can enter their contraptions in the Open Source Soap Box Derby, which draws people from throughout the neighborhood to cheer the participants on.
On 7th Avenue, you will find Greenwood Park. This beer garden offers fun for the whole family. Before 7 pm, it offers family-friendly fare before transforming into a destination spot for nightlife later on each night. The neighborhood is filled with some of the city's best eateries and cafes. Guiseppina's on 25th Street offers what is arguably among the city's best pizza and calzones. The Sea Witch on 5th Avenue is another top destination. You can enjoy a great cheeseburger and leading local beer while watching the fish swim in the oversized tank behind the bar.
Roots Cafe successfully brings an ambiance of country sensibility into the heart of Brooklyn with its rustic decor. The coffee is strong, and the menu is filled with hearty food choices. With its unassuming nature, Roots helps to make its customers feel like they belong. Luigi's Pizza on5th Avenue is another great place to go. You can watch as the chef tosses pizza dough perfectly into the air and expertly delivers perfectly foldable slices to you for your enjoyment.