New Look at 225 14th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn

225 14th Street Exterior, rendering by Heroes225 14th Street Exterior, rendering by Heroes

A five-story residential building is nearing completion at 225 14th Street, in Park Slope, Brooklyn, by the border of Gowanus. The site is five blocks away from the D, N, R, and W trains. Harel Edrey of EDG Development is responsible for the development, and the same firm is also working on the design.

225 14th Street Backyard, rendering by Heroes

225 14th Street Backyard, rendering by Heroes

The 50-foot tall structure will yield 19,229 square feet within, 11,970 square feet of which will be residential space. Sales have launched for the nine apartments, averaging 1,330 square feet apiece. Each unit will have three to four bedrooms.

225 14th Street Fitness, rendering by Heroes

225 14th Street Fitness, rendering by Heroes

Issac & Stern Architects are responsible for the design, with Busta Studio responsible for interiors. Apartments have been designed with white oak flooring, and marble countertops.

225 14th Street Lobby, rendering by Heroes

225 14th Street, rendering by Heroes

Tenants will have a lobby lounge, fitness center, children’s room, bicycle storage room, storage, and parking space.

Livingroom, photograph by Katherine Marks

Livingroom, photograph by Katherine Marks

The Aguayo Team at Halstead Real Estate is responsible for sales. Occupancy is expected by the summer of 2018.

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2 Comments on "New Look at 225 14th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Friendly designed by simplicity with Andrew Nelson.

  2. Nine units. No on-site parking required. Clever.

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