The L-shaped property at 23-31 Garfield Place recently bought by NYC-based developer Maxburgh Companies for $5.2 million will be the site of Park Slope’s next starchitect-designed project, reports The Brooklyn Eagle. Enrique Norten of Ten Arquitectos will create 20 family-sized condos (with 12 parking spaces) on the 10,150-square-foot property, which runs through the block to 578-582 Carroll Street. The current plans also include a 4,000-square-foot English-style garden and a 6,000-square-foot solarium on the roof. No word on prices but you gotta assume they’ll be well in excess of $1,000 a foot.
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