Construction is quickly taking shape on 1 Park Point, a 13-story residential building in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn. Designed by FXCollaborative and developed by JEMB Realty, the 145-foot-tall structure will span 395,726 square feet and yield 375 rental units with an average scope of 798 square feet, as well as 5,388 square feet of retail space, 18,850 square feet for community space, a cellar level, and 106 enclosed parking spaces. Pavarini McGovern is the general contractor for the property, which was formerly addressed as 11 Ocean Parkway, is located on Machate Circle at the southwestern corner of Prospect Park, and bound by Ocean Parkway, Coney Island Avenue, and Caton Place.
Recent photos show crews in the process of enclosing the topped-out reinforced concrete superstructure in its façade of earth-toned brick façade and large square windows.
Crews are assembling the façade from hanging wooden platforms. The fenestration also includes horizontal rows of black brick and dark mullions framing the window grid.
Close-up shots show the bond design of the bricks, which incorporates a mix of flat surfaces and angled projections.
11 Ocean Parkway is the first building engineered to achieve LEED status in the neighborhood, and will feature an innovative mechanical system consisting of compact console heating and cooling equipment integrated into the façade. The system is designed for greater efficiency than typical through-wall configurations, and doesn’t require space for outdoor units or extensive copper refrigerant piping.
Amenities include a central courtyard and landscaped rooftop terrace, among other tenant offerings yet to be announced. The nearest subways from the property are the F and G trains at the Fort Hamilton Parkway station to the west.
11 Ocean Parkway’s anticipated completion is slated for August 2024, as noted on site.