Lucas Dallavalle

Lucas Dallavalle

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Lucas Dallavalle has a multifaceted approach to life. His varied interests include but are not limited to carpentry, finance, chemistry and education. His ever curious lifestyle and exciting past work experiences have given Lucas an entrepreneurial spirit. Armed with this spirit and lots of enthusiasm, Lucas has quickly become a go to broker for buyers and sellers alike.
Beyond his business acumen, Lucas has a creative side which his clients find helpful when trying to envision what a space could look like with the right touch.

Lucas is a hard worker, a dedicated agent and a tenacious negotiator. He will always be a valued asset whether you are looking to buy, sell, or rent real estate in New York City. Give him a call when you are ready to make a move.

July 2016 by Sergey
Lucas and his team, including Marc and Eric, were able to help me find an apartment, after I''ve been unsuccessfully searching with several other agents for more than a months. After a brief phone call and a conversation in their office, they located 4 properties, and I was shown all 4 that same day. Later I got back to them and asked to see one of the properties once again. I was able to see it that same day and also put a deposit and an application that same day as well. After a quick approval process, I signed the lease and was handed the keys. Highly recommended.

May 2016 by Michael Wieck-Sosa
As four college students just finishing their freshman year, we were a little overwhelmed with the entire process of renting an apartment in New York City. Lucas guided us through the entire process, while being entirely transparent and helpful with any information. As a result, we ended up finding an apartment that saved us thousands of dollars with amazing amenities in a great area. Definitely worth it.

January 2015 by Daniella Da Silva
Jonathan Rangel-Garcia and Lucas Dallavalle found us an apartment that fits our style and within our budget! They were very thorough in asking all of the right questions regarding our needs and made sure we had all of our paperwork together on time. I would highly recommend them to anyone who is looking for professional, trustworthy and reliable brokers.

September 2014 by Defne-Mehmet Kanatli
Lucas Dallavelle and Jonathan Rangel-Garcia has succeeded in an impossible mission in 3 days ; while we were hopeless to find a studio for our son who studies in NYU, they managed to find us a beautiful,convenient studio just before the school starts.they were both very helpful and quick to close the deal. We can''t thank them enough and sure they will be our sole contact agent in future .
Highly recommend their service .

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Published 07/25/2014 - By 'Very Odd-Shaped' Empty Lot Will Become Residential Building

'Very Odd-Shaped' Empty Lot Will Become Residential Building

By Rachel Holliday Smith on July 25, 2014 2:59pm 

995 Washington Ave.

 

CROWN HEIGHTS — Five years ago, a sliver of vacant land squeezed between a busy avenue and noisy train tracks in Crown Heights sold for just under $77,000, according to property records.

This spring, that same triangular, 1,000-square-foot lot on Washington Avenue near Montgomery Street went for more than four times that, when a developer using the name Washington Ave Dev LLC bought the empty lot for almost $330,000, public records show.

Now, construction is underway there on a four-story residential building already on the market for $2.5 million, according to a listing by Bond New York.

“They’re trying to make the most with the square footage,” said Lucas Dallavalle, the Bond broker in charge of the sale of 995 Washington Ave., located between Montgomery Street and Sullivan Place. “It’s a great use of that very odd-shaped lot.”

The building, which will be right across the street from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, will include two residential duplexes and space on the first floor and basement for a tenant like a doctor or architect, Dallavalle said. Renderings of the property show a two-tone brick building with Juliet balconies and a wedge-shaped base.

Besides having a love for triangular and trapezoidal rooms, future tenants should be aware of the building’s backyard neighbor — the Franklin Avenue shuttle. The S train runs just feet from the lot’s back wall, rolling along every 10 minutes on weekdays, according to its schedule.

“Waterbeds there will get a good wave every time the train passes,” noted a commenter on the local messageboard Brooklynian, where residents first posted about construction on the lot when it was cleared of trees and vegetation shortly after the May sale.

Though plans for the project were approved by the Department of Buildings in October, it’s been in the works since 2012, when the architect, Sandor Weiss, originally sought approval for construction. Weiss is no stranger to ambitious building projects. In January, he filed plans to more than double the height of an Eastern Parkway apartment building with a seven-story addition. That project has not moved forward following protests from residents.

Weiss has been fined and disciplined multiple times by the state and city for professional misconduct related to architectural plans, according to DOB records, according to the Office of the Professions and an investigation by theDaily News. Calls to Weiss' office were not returned.

On Thursday, workers were busy at 995 Washington Ave., carrying building materials into the construction site, where an excavator sat next to a pit filled with exposed rebar.

Though the project is just beginning, Dallavalle said he’s already received offers on the yet-to-be-built property, but he's "waiting for the right person.”

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