Not sure how we missed this one, but according to this month’s Fort Greene Association newsletter, the Carlton Mews project, which includes a row of new townhouses on Carlton and the conversion of two existing church buildings on Adelphi, received Landmarks approval back on January 19th. The FGA, in addition to TIsh James and the Carlton-Willoughby Block Association, all spoke at the hearings in favor of the development, citing its respect for the scale and architecture of the historic neighborhood. The architect of the project is Ken Levenson, though there’s no mention of Carlton Mews on his website.
February 2007 Newsletter [Fort Greene Association] GMAP
A Look Inside the Carlton Mews Church [Brownstoner]
LPC Sends Carlton Mews Back to Drawing Board [Brownstoner]