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  1. #46

    Default The Washington

    ^No idea. Still getting the design ready I guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek2k3

    Project #1 & 2

    The Washington I
    35 Underhill Avenue
    7 stories 70 feet
    Scarano & Associate Architects
    Dev-Isaac Fischman
    Residential Condominiums
    45 units 76,182 Sq. Ft
    Under Construction 2003-2005

    The Washington II
    35 Underhill Avenue
    7 stories 70 feet
    Scarano & Associate Architects
    Dev-Isaac Fischman
    Residential Condominiums
    45 units 76,182 Sq. Ft
    Under Construction 2003-2005


    Brooklyn Daily Eagle
    First New Luxury Condos in Prospect Hts Going Fast
    by Linda Collins (linda@brooklyneagle.net), published online 06-24-2005


    http://www.brooklyneagle.com/categor...y_id=5&id=4389

    Two-Thirds of Units Sell While Development Still Under Construction
    PROSPECT HEIGHTS — On the market for only a few months, Aguayo & Huebener Realty reports that 24 of the 39 new condos at The Washington in Prospect Heights already have signed contracts. “Using only floor plans, renderings and fixture samples, we have sold nearly two-thirds of the 39 units at The Washington,” said Peggy Aguayo, principal of the Brooklyn-based real estate sales and marketing firm.

    Still under construction at 35 Underhill Ave., the building is reportedly the first brand new luxury condo structure in Prospect Heights. A fall 2005 completion date is anticipated.

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  2. #47

    Default and if you don't have a bklyn eagle membership, read the rest here:


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  4. #49

    Default The Washington

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek2k3
    Project #1 & 2

    The Washington I
    35 Underhill Avenue
    7 stories 70 feet
    Scarano & Associate Architects
    Dev-630 Realty LLC (Isaac Fischman)
    Residential Condominiums
    45 units 76,182 Sq. Ft
    Under Construction 2003-2005

    The Washington II
    35 Underhill Avenue
    7 stories 70 feet
    Scarano & Associate Architects
    Dev-630 Realty LLC (Isaac Fischman)
    Residential Condominiums
    45 units 76,182 Sq. Ft
    Under Construction 2003-2005




    www.thewashingtoncondo.com












    10-26-05



    http://thewashington.blogspot.com/20...om-duplex.html

    http://ltjbukem.blogspot.com/2004/10...opment-in.html

    http://www.findarticles.com/p/articl...51/ai_n8592607
    Real Estate Weekly
    Condo project 'benchmark' for new construction design
    Dec 22, 2004

    http://www.brooklyneagle.com/categor...ce.php?id=2907
    Brooklyn Eagle
    First Prospect Heights Residential Development Hits Market
    by Linda Collins; 10-27-2004

    http://damagevaluation.com/v-web/b2e...=posts&paged=2
    CPC Helps Finance Brooklyn Condo Construction
    04/01/04

  5. #50

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    great pictures, derek2k3. did you take them recently? the sky's so nice looking...

    now if you can get some of the firehouse on bergen b/w underhill and vanderbilt.

  6. #51

    Default 735 Dean Street

    Thanks, I took them last during a class break. Regarding the firehouse I'm guessing you mean this one on Dean.

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek2k3
    Project #14

    735 Dean Street
    4 stories 50 feet
    Mark Gould Architect
    Dev-Technic Realty
    Residential
    7 units 5,951 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2004-2006






    The back looks interesting also. Do you know anything about the vacant lot next to and behind it?

    10-26-05

  7. #52

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    I like that last one. Scarano is definitely doing good things in brooklyn, I wish the firm had a chance to do something in Bay Ridge. Just look at my thread to see the crap we've got, save 1 building.

  8. #53

    Default the november real deal on prospect heights

    there's a ton of stuff on prospect heights, the washington condo, aguayo & Huebener, etc in this month's the real deal.., including a .pdf of several new condo developments...

    check my link for links...

    http://ltjbukem.blogspot.com/2005/11...-its-real.html

    http://ltjbukem.blogspot.com/2005/11...-spa-like.html

  9. #54

    Default Pacific Blue

    Projects #22 & 23

    Pacific Blue I
    935 Pacific Street
    5 stories 48 feet
    Loadingdock 5 Architecture PLLC
    Dev-Supreme Condominiums II LLC
    Residential Condominium
    10 units 14,011 Sq. Ft.
    Proposed ?


    Pacific Blue II
    925 Pacific Street
    5 stories 48 feet
    Loadingdock 5 Architecture PLLC
    Dev-Supreme Condominiums II LLC
    Residential Condominium
    16 units 22,320 Sq. Ft.
    Proposed ?








    Loadingdock 5 Architecture PLLC
    935 Pacific Street

    http://loadingdock5.com/projects/pacific1/project.htm

    program:
    935 pacific: 10 residential units w/ spa in cellar and terrace on roof / gross area: 14,000 sf

    concept:
    the design is an updated concept of 190 green street with improvements in layouts, circulation and the design of the rear yard area.

    team:
    harry knoll, werner morath and sam bargetz

    status:
    may 2005: schematic design
    july 2005: filing at DOB




    935 Pacific Street
    10-26-05


    http://maps.google.com/maps?oi=map&q...,+Brooklyn,+NY
    Map

    http://www.therealdeal.net/issues/NO...1130899010.php
    The Real Deal
    November 2005
    Park Slope neighbor presents fresh prospects


    Another development starting sales in the next year or so will be Pacific Blue at 925-935 Pacific Street, a conglomeration of several buildings containing a total of about 70 to 90 units, Brendan Aguayo said.

    "These are going to be marketed as a new lifestyle, not really as separate buildings," he said. "Each resident will get a Pacific Blue card, and they'll be able to enter each building to take advantage of amenities. In one building will be a screening room, in another a gym, in another a business center, and the fourth will have a kids' playroom."
    Last edited by Derek2k3; November 5th, 2005 at 11:16 AM.

  10. #55

    Default 904 Pacific Street

    Projects #24

    904 Pacific Street
    7 stories
    Loadingdock 5 Architecture PLLC
    Residential
    19 units
    Proposed ?








    Loadingdock 5 Architecture PLLC
    904 Pacific Street

    http://loadingdock5.com/projects/pacific3/project.htm


    program:
    19 residential units in 3 buildings with one central circulation core / indoor parking in cellar

    concept:
    the design of the building is a direct reaction on the site specific zoning conditions.
    the odd shaped lot is divided by a zoning district boundry which is parallel to washington avenue.
    furthermore the proximity to the street corner of one part of the lot permits the rear building and the central staircase.
    the gap between the two front buildings is full height and houses the horizontal circulation in form of an open breezeway.

    team:
    harry knoll, werner morath and sam bargetz

    consultants:
    structural: www.murray-engineering.com
    MEP: IVLN Consulting Engineers
    expediting: Joseph Fellner

    status:
    august 2005: schematic design phase


    http://maps.google.com/maps?oi=map&q...,+Brooklyn,+NY
    Map

  11. #56

    Question

    What are the boundries of Prospect Heights? We had a fire at Pace Thursday night and my friend and I took the subway to a random stop in Brooklyn. (While the rest of the residents stood on the other side of Gold St.) We decided to go to Grand Army Plaza in Park Slope. We got on the wrong train by accident ending up at Franklin Ave. We thought we were in Prospect Park but I think it was Crown Heights. (The area seemed seedy, especially at night.) Anyone care to share?

  12. #57

    Thumbs down 880 Bergen Street

    Quote Originally Posted by NewYorkYankee
    What are the boundries of Prospect Heights? We had a fire at Pace Thursday night and my friend and I took the subway to a random stop in Brooklyn. (While the rest of the residents stood on the other side of Gold St.) We decided to go to Grand Army Plaza in Park Slope. We got on the wrong train by accident ending up at Franklin Ave. We thought we were in Prospect Park but I think it was Crown Heights. (The area seemed seedy, especially at night.) Anyone care to share?
    Franklin Ave and what?

    http://www.dailyheights.com/mediawik...ghts,_Brooklyn
    Prospect Heights is a neighborhood in Brooklyn, bounded by Flatbush Avenue, Atlantic Avenue, Eastern Parkway and Franklin Avenue.




    Quote Originally Posted by Derek2k3
    Project #5

    880 Bergen Street
    878-888 Bergen Street/467-475 St. Mark's Avenue
    14 stories 137 feet
    Nick Tsapatsaris & Associates
    Dev-467-475 St. Mark's Avenue LLC
    Residential
    120 units 111,080 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2004-2006
    It's 14 instead of 15 stories.





    Last edited by Derek2k3; November 5th, 2005 at 07:45 PM.

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    I have no clue, we just got off the subway and walked around. I just know the name of the stop. We dont plan to go to that stop anymore.

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    Project #5

    880 Bergen Street
    878-888 Bergen Street/467-475 St. Mark's Avenue
    14 stories 137 feet


    It's 14 instead of 15 stories.

    This would have been better at oo.15 stories.

    Gotta be one of the ugliest buildings ever posted on this site.

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    Hello, projects. So nice to see you in the 21st century, where have you been?

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