A McDonald’s on 4th Avenue Will Become This 11-Story Building


A Park Slope McDonald’s could bite the dust soon, because developer Adam America filed a new building application last week for an 11-story mixed-use building at 275 4th Avenue. The 120-foot building will have 78 units occupying 60,188 square feet, along with 4,476 square feet of commercial space and 300 square feet of community space. AA’s website helpfully notes that the building will be “high-end rental units” with amenities like a part-time doorman, tenant lounge, private gym, roof deck and personal storage space. ODA Architecture is designing the stepped, glassy building, which happens to be a couple blocks away from another eleven-story building planned for 4th Avenue, as well as the recently completed Landmark Park Slope.

This 10,000-square-foot corner lot at 4th and 1st Street last changed hands in July, when Adam America acquired it in a joint venture with Silverstone Property Group for $14,800,00, according to public records. Check out another rendering after the jump! GMAP

Corner Development Site in Park Slope Available [Brownstoner]
Rendering by ODA Architecture via Adam America

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