Douglas Elliman recently unveiled a collection of condominium units at Parlour, one of the latest residential buildings to debut in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Located at 243 Fourth Avenue, the 12-story building contains 16 half-floor units and three full-floor penthouses.
Designed in collaboration by INC Architecture & Design and Fischer+Makooi, 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. The arch is an ever-present motif in the building’s design and is evidenced in the signature façade, lobby, and reception spaces.
The most recent collection of residences from Douglas Elliman include a five-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse now available for $4.5 million. The remaining four properties range from three- to four-bedrooms and are priced from $2.2 to $2.57 million.
Each home features floor-to-ceiling arched windows with no mullions, offering panoramic views of the surrounding neighborhood. The homes also include smart temperature controls, private balconies, furnished appliances, and a variety of natural materials throughout the bathrooms and kitchens.
Residents also have access to a 608-square-foot terrace equipped with outdoor cooking areas, a 620-square-foot fitness center, a children’s playroom, and storage areas for bicycles and packages.