Greenland Forest City Partners Monday filed for a permit to build a 26-story condominium tower at 615 Dean Street in Prospect Heights, part of the massive Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park project. This is the fifth building in the 15-unit complex.
The condo building will have 312,746 square feet of residential space and 244 units of housing, according to the permits.
The building will be 278 feet high, and have 4,435 square feet of retail. The condos, which will be market rate, according to the Atlantic Yards Report, are likely to be quite large: an average of 1,282 square feet per unit. Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates is the applicant of record.
There will also be underground parking for 40 cars and 110 bicycles. A fitness center and a dining area with a kitchen will be located on the first floor. The sixth floor will contain an amenity space with a terrace, in addition to apartments.
Eleven apartments will have their own private terraces, according to the Schedule A. The building’s top floor will have two penthouse apartments.
It will rise on Dean Street between Carlton Avenue and Vanderbilt Avenue, on what is currently an empty lot. The Real Deal was the first to write about the permit filing.
The massive Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park complex has been more than a decade in the making and remains controversial for many reasons, including its use of eminent domain. You can read our extensive coverage of it here.