Sales have officially launched for Parlour, a new residential building in Park Slope, Brooklyn, designed in collaboration by INC Architecture & Design with Fischer+Makooi. Located at 243 Fourth Avenue, the 12-story structure will contain 19 residences, including 16 half-floor units and three full-floor penthouses. Brodmore Management is the developer and the Aguayo Team at Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling condominium sales.
The building is described as a modern reinterpretation of the Brooklyn brownstone, with inspiration drawn from the borough’s historic architecture and Prospect Park’s signature arched bridges.
“Parlour is the memory of a brownstone, yet reimagined and motivated by the future of residential design,” said Adam Rolston, principal of the design firm. “It is rooted in history, with modern appeal, a mash-up similar to the two neighborhoods it juxtaposes: Park Slope and Gowanus.”
Each residence features oversized, mullion-free arched windows and open floor plans to promote the flow of natural light. The homes include advanced temperature controls, private balconies, appliances, and a variety of natural materials throughout the bathrooms and kitchens.
Residences range in size from 1,300 square feet to more than 3,200 square feet and are priced from $1.7 million.
Building amenities include a 608-square-foot terrace equipped with outdoor cooking areas, a 620-square-foot fitness center on the building’s third floor, a children’s playroom, and storage facilities for bicycles, packages, and general use.