Last night was the open house for the Park Union, the Park Slope condo building that launched sales this fall. We previewed two units: 4A, which has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, and 1A, a ground-floor three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath unit. Out of the fifteen total units, four are now under contract. (We overheard that 4A is one of them.) Prices start at $795,000 and go up past $2 million, with closings expected to start in the spring. Some tour highlights: tons of storage and closet space in the units (including wine coolers and extra refrigerators), a few original details from the building’s former life as an Elks Lodge, plenty of outdoor space, and great views from the rooftop terrace. Click through for more details, and for a full tour of the interior…
“Pre-War-Inspired” Park Slope Condos Now for Sale [Brownstoner]
Unit 4A: Three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, 1,515 square feet. Ask: $1,700,000.
Living room detail.
Visitors in the kitchen. About 100 people RSVP’d to this open house.
The master bedroom, with a 122-square-foot balcony. Most of the units come with outdoor space.
The second bedroom.
The third bedroom. These two extra bedrooms share a 70-square-foot balcony.
The bathrooms. Each bathroom in the apartment has different marble tile.
This is a wi-fi refrigerator that does all kinds of cool things. If you wanted, you could Tweet straight from your fridge.
Closet space with an extra fridge (that could also be a freezer) and a wine cooler.
The “Garden Home,” unit 1A, with three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and 1,905 square feet. Ask: $2,295,000. The great room has a fireplace that is original to the former Elks Lodge.
Inside the kitchen.
This apartment has a unique open space that isn’t pictured: It’s a 660-square-foot garden with entry points from the great room, the two bedrooms, and the master bedroom.
Amenities on the first floor, below.
This is the staircase at the entry (the carpet is temporary). This is also a building original. Otherwise, the building was in pretty bad shape when the developers purchased it, and they ended up gutting most of the two-story building before adding five more stories.