With sales expected to launch this Spring, INC Architecture & Design has revealed new renderings of their rising condominium building in Park Slope, Brooklyn. “Parlour,” located at 243 Fourth Avenue, will top-off at 12 stories and contain 19 condos.
Adam Rolston, principal of the design firm, describes the building as a modern reinterpretation of the Brooklyn brownstone, and drew inspiration from the classical architecture within Prospect Park. That vision is most directly seen in The Parlour’s grand-scale, arched windows, mullion-free casements, and an understated, sandy-hued facade.
Future occupants will have a selection of two to five bedroom homes with open-flowing interiors, private outdoor areas on each floor, high-end appliances, and access to a full-suite of amenities.
Halstead Property Development Marketing’s The Aguayo Team is handling sales for the property, which begin at $1.6 million.
The Parlour was first announced by YIMBY in 2015, but with a different development and design team leading the project. Today, Brodmore Management is credited as lead developer.