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?
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910 Union Starting to Rise [Brownstoner]
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