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    Default Park Slope Development

    at park place and flatbush, here's a multi story new residential condo development:

    http://www.lausterradu.com/index.php...prj=11&pag=117

    it's financing provided by magic johnson's company:
    http://www.cjuf.com/2003-04-15%20Park%20Place.pdf
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    By Anderson & Associates, who have taken down their site (anderassoc.com). It's topped out since at least yesterday, no facade on the Flatbush side yet.

    edit: Apparently the site's back...
    Last edited by Gulcrapek; February 27th, 2005 at 05:32 PM.

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    Default Looking to purchase a new development condo

    Can anyone help me out-
    I am looking to buy a COndo 1 to 2 bedrooms
    Slope area for $400K

    Anything exist??
    Thanks
    In Advance

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    Default Park Place Condominiums

    Project # 1

    Park Place Condominium
    145 Park Place
    8 stories 80 feet
    Lauster Radu Architects/Tom Anderson of Anderson Associates
    Dev-Anderson Associates
    Residential Condominiums
    47 units 101,000 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2003-2005





    Photo Credits: Mihai Radu Architects / Lauster & Radu Architects


    Daily News
    Tale of two condos
    By HUGH SON
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
    Call it the Jekyll-and-Hyde condo.


    http://www.nydailynews.com/boroughs/...p-171107c.html

    A new apartment building with a dual personality is rising on the former site of the Brooklyn Gospel Tabernacle in Park Slope. At eight stories, it will instantly become one the tallest structures on busy Flatbush Ave.

    On the side facing Park Place - a leafy, landmarked residential block replete with gas lanterns - plans call for the new structure to blend in with century-old brownstones.

    But the side facing Flatbush Ave. will be a modern, all-glass and aluminum facade that will tower over the neighboring row houses and stores on the commercial strip.

    "It's unlike anything else on Flatbush," declared architect and developer Tom Anderson, president of the real estate firm Anderson Associates. "It's a very dramatic facade, all glass and aluminum, and I thought it would be fun."

    The 47-unit building, tentatively named Park Place Condominiums, is due to be completed in April. Anderson expects the average 1,200-square-foot apartment will fetch $660,000.

    "This building goes out of its way to acknowledge the historic value of the community, but it also goes out of its way to enliven a pretty dreary portion of Flatbush Ave.," Anderson said. "I hope it will be appreciated as an architectural statement."

    Neighbors of the new building, however, aren't so sure they'll appreciate Anderson's statement.

    "My first impression was that I didn't like it," said a neighborhood homeowner who didn't want her name used.

    "I'm not opposed to modernist structures going up in brownstone Brooklyn, but this didn't feel right to me."

    Jennifer Rawe, president of the Park Place Association of Neighbors, said that Anderson Associates has been attentive to the group's concerns thus far.

    The building's Park Place facade will be covered with real brownstone stucco and will have a unique setback that visually conceals the top three floors - design aspects that Anderson said neighbors requested.

    But Rawe cited the noise of demolition and an exodus of rats from the ruins of the old church and onto Park Place as the two main gripes being voiced by neighbors.

    The Park Place Condominium is the latest example of new construction projects in ultra-hot Park Slope.

    With real estate values in the neighborhood near historic highs, developers are snapping up any land available to build apartments, said Hal Lehrman Jr., co-owner of Brooklyn Properties.

    However, the new condo development hasn't been free of road bumps. The project's contractor, HRH Construction, was issued two violations for failing to post signs and provide approved plans during a Feb. 24 inspection, according to Jennifer Givner, spokeswoman for the Department of Buildings.

    A $3,500 bill must be paid before the building is awarded a certificate of occupancy, she said.


    Park Place Condominiums is going to have two fronts. Side facing Park Place is going up first and will have a facade (below) that blends in with brownstones. Side facing Flatbush Ave. will have modern glass and aluminum facade (3rd photo).

    Originally published on May 30, 2004



    Wired New York thread here:
    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4906

    Other links
    http://newyork.construction.com/news...ve/2005/02.asp
    http://www.anderassoc.com
    http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=30343
    http://www.brooklyneagle.com/archive...ce.php?id=1917
    http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/Jo...48D12433631AE6


    Photo from Fall 2004. I'll post new ones later.

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    Default Lumber Yard Condominium

    Project # 2

    Lumber Yard Condominium
    565-569 Carroll Street
    4 stories 55 feet
    Scarano & Associates Architects
    Dev-Anthony Guarna
    Residential Condominiums
    18 units
    Completed October 2003



    Scarano & Associates Architects


    http://www.scaranoarchitects.com/multifamily2.html

    The Lumber Yard Condominium is located on tree-lined Carroll Street in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, New York.

    The Condominium is comprised of 18 beautifully appointed residential units including such amenities as central air conditioning, strip white oak hardwood flooring, pre-wiring for telephone and television, elegant kitchens and baths, laundry facility, gardens and roof terraces, handsome natural stone floor entry and more!

    565-569 Carroll Street is located in the P.S. 321 school district and only five blocks from the school. The N, R, M - Union Street Subway Station entrance is one block from the building and the F Station approximately 9 blocks. Prospect Park, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum are all within walking distance!

    Up the block from the property is Fifth Avenue, with the best and hippest of Park Slope’s nightlife. Restaurants, bars, and cafes line the Avenue as well as boutiques, carrying everything from high priced antiques to used children’s clothing and accessories. All the requisite conveniences and luxuries are within blocks of the site.






    Quote Originally Posted by hilz
    Can anyone help me out-
    I am looking to buy a COndo 1 to 2 bedrooms
    Slope area for $400K

    Anything exist??
    Thanks
    In Advance
    Brown Harris Stevens

    http://www.brownharrisstevens.com/detail.aspx?id=347093
    LUMBER YARD CONDOMINIUM

    This is one of two units left in this 18-unit new condominium building, The Lumberyard Condominiums. It is on the second floor of a 4 story walk-up in prime Park Slope. The apartment faces south. There is no storage in the building. Close to all shops and the N and R trains.

    Listing ID: 347093
    Type: Condominium
    Price: $495,000
    Maintenance/CC: $193
    Monthly real estate tax: $58
    Approx. square footage: 760


    Rooms: 4.0
    Bedrooms: 2
    Bathrooms: 1.0


    Period: Pre-War
    Building Type: Hirise

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    The "Pre War" period would be an error, unless it's "Pre-War with Iran & Syria." Also, it is not a highrise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hilz
    Can anyone help me out-
    I am looking to buy a COndo 1 to 2 bedrooms
    Slope area for $400K

    Anything exist??
    Thanks
    In Advance
    They do - you can find something as long as you're not irrational about being on 7th, 8th, PPW, or north of 9th street.

    Try 5th ave, 4th ave, or south slope (prospect ave area) or windsor terrace.

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    Default 28 Garfield Place

    Project # 3

    28 Garfield Place
    28-32 Garfield Place
    5 stories 55 feet (4 story addition)
    Bernard J. Doyle Architect
    Dev-Rue Premier Development Ltd.
    Residential
    16 units 17,508 Sq. Ft.
    Completed Late 2004



    Couldn't find any other info on it.

    More photos in these WNY threads:
    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4689
    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3671

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    Default Prospect Gardens

    Project # 4

    Prospect Gardens
    249 & 251 16th Street
    4 stories 40 feet
    Rothzeid Kaiserman Thomson & Bee, P.C.
    Dev-CPC Resources Inc.
    Residential Condominiums
    8 units 10,186 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2003





    http://www.aiany.org/designawards/20...ture/arch7.htm





    Corcoran: Prospect Gardens
    249 & 251 16th Street
    Brooklyn,NY11215

    http://www.corcoran.com/property/nd/....asp?ndevid=75

    Overview

    Brand new four story buildings on 16th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues in Park Slope. The building offers layouts as well as duplex and garden apartments. The 4th floor spaces are adorned skylights on the mezzanine levels, while 1st floor units enjoy handsome courtyard landscaping.

    Amenities
    1-2 bedrooms + dens, duplexes, private gardens, skylights, mezzanine levels, granite counter tops, maple hardwood cabinets, high-end brushed steel appliances, video intercom systems and washer and dryer hook-ups



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    Default The Shinnecock Condominiums

    Project # 5

    The Shinnecock Condominiums/Shinnecock Tower
    937-939 Union Street
    16 stories 145 feet
    Anderson & Associates/Hugo Subotovsky
    Dev-Union Development Group, LLC
    Residential Condominium
    22 units 49,210 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2001-June 2003





    Lobby


    Anderson Associates:The Shinnecock
    939 Union Street, Brooklyn NY 11217

    http://www.anderassoc.com/portfolio/shinnecock.shtml

    The Shinnecock is the first new building to be constructed around Prospect Park since the 1960's. This striking, 16-story condominium will present a level of service and quality of finishes unequalled anywhere in Brooklyn.

    The Shinnecock offers family-sized half floor, two bedroom residences of over 1,200 square feet and full floor, three bedroom residences comprising 1,800 to 2,400 square feet. For those requiring even more space, there are two rare triplex maisonettes with six bedrooms, as well as two spectacular triplex penthouses with private roof terraces. Many residences afford spectacular views of the harbor, the river and the glittering City skyline.

    Ideally situated around the corner from The Montauk Club in the most sought-after area of Park Slope, The Shinnecock is surrounded by historic brownstones, stately pre-war apartments and Brooklyn's finest selection of quality shops and superior restaurants. The building's proximity to the major transportation hub at nearby Grand Army Plaza allows for an expeditious commute to Manhattan.

    Anderson Associates has acted as developer and construction manager for the project. Among the many challenges faced with this project, none were as daunting as overcoming local community opposition. In spite of the fact that this project has enhanced local property values significantly, delays of over one year were the result of legal actions taken against the project. These actions were all successfully overcome and the project is slated for a fall 2002 grand opening.

    Building Features
    Doorman/Concierge service
    Sumptuous lobby finished in exotic marble, brushed nickel, dark walnut and mosaic tile
    Striking limestone and brick façade
    Rear garden enclave
    Common meeting and activities room
    Private storage
    High speed elevator service, individually keyed for floor-thru units
    Superb access to local transportation, parking and Prospect Park

    Residence Features
    Luxurious finishes and appointments
    Wide plank maple flooring
    Individual heating and air conditioning controls
    High-speed Internet access
    Video intercom
    Fireplaces in penthouse units
    Breathtaking river, harbor and skyline views from many residences

    Kitchens
    Elegant cherrywood cabinetry
    Granite countertops
    Slate and ceramic tile flooring
    Top line GE appliances
    Asko washers and dryers
    Brushed nickel hardware

    Bathrooms
    Buff limestone walls and flooring
    Jacuzzi tubs in master baths
    Kohler toilet and fixtures
    Marble powder rooms




    Links
    http://www.emporis.com/en/wm/bu/?id=140027
    http://www.condosinbrooklyn.com/shinnecock.htm
    http://www.hugosuboarchitects.com/mf2.html
    http://www.anderassoc.com/about/n_200109.shtml
    http://www.brooklyneagle.com/archive...ace.php?id=236
    http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/Jo...48D12433631AE6

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    Re: 28 Garfield Place, the restaurant my sister sometimes works at is a block away. I saw that thing go up and was pretty disappointed. The facade is painted concrete or something and there's no detailing and no color variation anywhere.

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    Default 103 St. Marks Place

    Project #6

    103 St. Marks Place
    4 stories 56 feet
    Mark Gould Architects
    Dev-Millennium Construction Corp.
    Residential Condominium
    2 units 5,290 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2002-2004



    103 St. Marks Place
    103 St. Marks Pl. Brooklyn, NY 11217


    http://thedevelopersgroup.com/buildi...ildingid=1010&

    Soho-design coupled with 5,000 square feet of space makes the most amazing 2 unit condominium built in Park Slope. The lower triplex is 2,425 sqft and features 3-bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a lofted double-height living room, oversized windows, dramatic staircases and a large private backyard. The kitchen is top of the line and the master suite comes complete with a five-piece bathroom. The upper triplex is 2,412 sqft features 3bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a lofted double-height living room, oversized windows, dramatic staircases and two large private terra-paved roof deck.

    Amenities

    Private outdoor spaces including roof terraces and private gardens
    Central heating and air conditioning
    Washer and dryers in each unit


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    Default 9 Prospect Place

    Project #7

    9 Prospect Place
    4 stories 40 feet
    James Harwood
    Dev-James Harw0od
    Residential Condominium
    2 units 2,700 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 1999-2000



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    8 by 8
    4 floors, 16 units (permit says 8)
    Van Brody Architects

    "This beautifully situated exclusive new building consists of 16 generously sized family homes. Finished to the highest standards and touched with luxury, these apartments feature large outdoor spaces and breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. The opulent penthouses are highlighted by loft style ceilings and every aspect designed with only the best craftsmanship. A prime location, close to shopping and transportation to Manhattan, this building is destined to be a fast sellout. "

    http://www.thedevelopersgroup.com/bu...uildingid=1034&

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    284, 286 20th Street
    4 floors, 55 ft
    8 units
    Dev: Pat Fierro
    Scarano & Associates
    Approved

    http://www.scaranoarchitects.com > multifamily

    "Two 25 X 100 lots allow the creation of twin buildings. The facades of each were not duplicated, but rather were designed to compliment each other and create the look of a single structure and clean, simple lines help reinforce the modernist look.
    Two colors of brick masonry, metal panel and glass make up the palate. Large expanses of glass bring light into the multi-height interior spaces at both the front and rear elevations, creating dramatic interiors and exteriors.
    The eight families that will reside at each of these structures will be treated to
    large, detailed interior spaces. Upon entry to the unit, living room heights approach 15 feet.
    The opportunities for evolution in a neighborhood come from an uncomplicated progression from one style to another. Using simple materials enhance the volumes this building creates. Making infill buildings flatter their neighbors requires contextual and independent thinking. They bring a stabilizing element to the block, while raising the bar for future developments."

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