Brooklyn townhouses are efficient and contextual, and "give each owner a front door"

From Brooklyn Eagle writer Linda Collins: "Hidrock Realty chose to design its new development on Stillwell Avenue in Bensonhurst with its surrounding neighborhood in mind.  According to Steve Hidary, a principal at Hidrock, the company worked with its architects, Kutnicki Bernstein, to make sure the building fit in.  'It didn’t make much sense to build a modern glass condo tower in an area filled with two- and three-family homes,' he said. 'We built three-story townhouses that give each owner a front door, and make use of every bit of square footage available by eliminating the common areas.'  Hidrock celebrated its first closing recently at the new 24-unit condominium development, known as Stillwell Townhouses.  The brand new development features 16 parking spaces available for purchase.  The location is convenient to Coney Island, several public schools, Bealin Square, as well as the shopping and dining options along Stillwell Avenue and Kings Highway."  Full article here.