Finishing Touches Awaited for Rentals at 595 Baltic Street in Park Slope

595 Baltic Street. Photo by Tectonic for YIMBY595 Baltic Street. Photo by Tectonic for YIMBY

We have a bit of a theme going this week: updates from Baltic Street in Brooklyn. On Tuesday, we told you about the Baltic Park Slope at 613 Baltic Street. On Thursday, we told you about the rentals at 577 Baltic Street. Now, we have a report on Adam America Real Estate’s “high-end” rentals under construction at 595 Baltic Street.

Like Adam America’s building at 577, the site is between Third and Fourth avenues. That puts it in Boerum Hill, but the developer has decided to market it as being in Park Slope, which lies across Fourth Avenue.

Rendering of 595 Baltic Street. Via Adam America Real Estate

Rendering of 595 Baltic Street. Via Adam America Real Estate

At any rate, the design by Nataliya Donskoy’s Brooklyn-based ND Architecture & Design complements Isaac & Stern’s work at 577, and construction is nearly complete, as seen thanks to the top photo by Tectonic. The building rises nine stories to 92 feet and encompasses 52,368 square feet. 51,212 square feet will be devoted to residential use, according to the latest permit.

The developer’s website says there will be 69 units, but the permit shows 70 units. It’s likely that one of the units is for a super. If one uses the DOB unit count of 70, apartments will average 731.6 square feet apiece. They’ll start on the first floor with six units, followed by 11 units each from the second floor through the sixth floor, seven on the seventh floor, and two duplexes spread across the eighth and ninth floors.

Amenities will include tenant storage, space for 35 bicycles, parking for 34 automobiles, two indoor residential recreation rooms on the first floor, and two outdoor recreation spaces on the eighth floor.

The building is not purely residential, including 778 square feet of commercial space for a first-floor retail store. There is also 379 square feet of community facility space, which the Schedule A lists for “ambulatory diagnostic/treatment health care facility,” likely some sort of urgent care center.

The Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center station on the D, N, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains is three-tenths of a mile away.

2 Comments on "Finishing Touches Awaited for Rentals at 595 Baltic Street in Park Slope"

  1. The design on building going to beautiful complete structure and facade, also balconies had stolen views from windows.

  2. A design of this building is a replica for German/Soviet Bauhause, or Neo-Constructivism. But it’s nice, since this a first of kind of it at least in NYC, btw, Architector is from Russia, so she brought a piece of authenticity of there popular in 1920s-1930s Constructivism, also Constructivism was popular in Weimar Germany, like “Bauhause” apartment flats built there in 1922. So, welcome first “Bauhause” in NYC. Who still saying that Brooklyn new architecture is dull???

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