Editor’s note: Brownstoner founder Jonathan Butler is back at it — blogging, that is, on Instagram with the handle @real_estate_bites. We’re pleased to run some of his snapshots of what he sees happening around Brooklyn here as a weekly column. Please note the views expressed are his own.
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10/16/2020 The developers of the new residential building at 243 4th Avenue in Park Slope that goes by the moniker of @parlourbk have managed to create a unique product — in a good way. The entire building is made up of large units (full- and half-floor only) and the finishes are very high-end. The defining design decision by @inc.nyc was the creation of what they call loggias, basically covered terraces that are set back behind the facade apertures and connect seamlessly with the indoor living space. It’s different, vaguely European, and it works. The 12-story building has 19 units — three of which are penthouses. According to @streeteasy data, eight are in contract, most of them on the front of the building. Remaining options are priced in the $1,500 a foot range and include the 3,235-square-foot penthouse which has a price tag of $4,500,000. We’d be curious to hear if anyone has seen these in person. . . . @brownstoner @curbedny @therealdeal @yimbygram @brooklynpaper @thescottroblesteam
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