Now here’s an interesting building. A few units have hit the market at the Park Union, the new Park Slope condo building off Grand Army Plaza. The design is clearly modern, yet “pre-war inspired,” according to the listing. We think we detect some Beaux-Arts-style touches in the ironwork and bathroom tile. And some units have fireplaces! According to Streeteasy, there are three three-bedroom condos up for grabs, asking $1,750,000, $1,675,000, and $1,625,000. (Square footage for all is listed at 1,525.) There are 15 one-, two- and three-bedroom units total with prices starting at $795,000. Here’s how the brokers describe the interiors: “Walk-in stone showers with oversized rain shower heads, custom toasted oak flooring, auxiliary freezers, dual-zone wine coolers, and luxurious prewar-inspired finishes.” Check out more renderings here. First impressions?
The Big Reveal at 910 Union Street [Brownstoner]
910 Union Tops Off, but Not Much Else [Brownstoner]
910 Union Starting to Rise [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: 910 Union Street [Brownstoner]
Condo Coming to Union Street in the Slope [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB
When we stopped by the old Liquid Oz space at 302 Malcolm X Boulevard in Bed Stuy recently, the building…
This four-story brick house has beautiful Greek Revival features but is in need of a top-to-bottom overhaul. Built in 1856,…
This new listing at One Brooklyn Bridge Park might be the nicest apartment we’ve seen in the waterfront building. (We’re…
Here’s a slightly pricey but modern one-bedroom condo for rent in Crown Heights. The exposed brick might not appeal to…
We were pleased to stumble across this two-family brick row house going up at 259 Hoyt Street in Carroll Gardens….