The bluestone-clad luxury condos at 345 Carroll Street in Gowanus are 70 percent sold (in contract, that is), according to reps from developer Sterling Equities. Workers are still driving piles at the former Regency Carts site, but the pit between Hoyt and Bond Streets will eventually become 32 condos, 18 of which will have outdoor space.
Although the Regency Carts building isn’t completely demolished, listings with new renderings have gone up for the luxury condo development that will replace it at 345 Carroll Street. Curbed spotted the first five listings for the apartments, designed by Gluck+. They range in price from $1,645,000 for a two-bedroom, two-bath to $2,950,000 for a four-bedroom, three-bath. The 32-unit building will have seven penthouses, six garden duplexes and 18 apartments with outdoor space.
Amenities include a landscaped courtyard with bocce courts, vegetable plots and cabanas for purchase, as well as a dog washing station and fitness center. Back in June, PR reps for the development told us sales had launched, not long after a sales office opened at 396 Court Street. The developer is Sterling Equities, which paid $12,500,000 for the Regency Carts site last year.
Click through to see more interior renderings. We’re not sure if the building is in Flood Zone A, but the units look extremely luxurious. The building will be clad in bluestone and the developers are also planning a “wildflower meadow,” with plantings a la the Highline, as well as cabanas that will be available for purchase, among other amenities.
What do you think of the spaces and prices?
345 Carroll Street Listing [Stribling]
Sales Launch at Bluestone-Clad 345 Carroll Street From $1.64 Million [Curbed]
Regency Carts/345 Carroll Street [Coverage]
Developer Sterling Equities has launched sales for the planned condo development at 345 Carroll Street in Carroll Gardens, where demo has begun on the Regency Carts building. The GLUCK+-designed building will offer two-, three- and four-bedrooms ranging in size from 1,215 square feet to 2,899 square feet, according to a press release.
The 32 units will include seven penthouses and six garden duplexes, and 18 apartments will have terraces. There will be rift-sawn white oak floors, custom kitchen cabinets, marble countertops and walls in the bathrooms, double vanities, separate oversized showers and radiant heated floors.
And a 5,300-square-foot landscaped courtyard will feature “a pastoral wildflower meadow with reading nooks, edible herb and culinary gardens, vegetable plots and bocce ball court.” Other amenities include a children’s playroom, fitness center, bike storage, a dog washing station, private storage and rooftop lounge. Pricing starts at $1,500,000, and construction is expected to wrap in fall 2015.
Pardon Me for Asking spotted the development’s sales office last month at 396 Court Street. Check out some demolition photos of the Regency Carts building after the jump.
A teaser site with a fresh exterior rendering has emerged for the condos planned for 345 Carroll Street on the site of what was the Regency Carts building in Gowanus. Designed by GLUCK+, the development will have 32 condos, 18 terraces, a secret garden and private parking.
Sterling Equities filed new building applications in the fall, which were disapproved, and a demo application that hasn’t been approved yet. Despite its lack of construction progress, 345 Carroll will launch sales in June with pricing starting at $1,500,000, according to a PR rep. Next door at the Hell Building, rentals are about to hit the market after a decade of construction. The rendering looks pretty good to us, but what do you think?