Park Slope

178 Flatbush Avenue

Three-Story, 18,000-Square-Foot Office Building Filed at 178 Flatbush Avenue, Park Slope

Property owner Joseph Zelik has filed applications for a three-story, 17,882-square-foot office building at 178 Flatbush Avenue, in northern Park Slope, located two blocks from the Atlantic Av-Barclays Center stop on the 2/3/4/5/B/D/N/Q/R trains and Atlantic Terminal. According to the Schedule A, the entire building will host office space and, unfortunately, won’t contain ground-floor retail, though that could always change. Joseph Spector’s Financial District-based Dome Architecture, Design, and Engineering Group is the architect of record. The lot, at the corners of Fifth Avenue and Dean Street, is currently occupied by a single-story commercial building with multiple tenants. Demolition permits were filed in April to remove the building.


515 6th Street

Brownstone Demolition Begins To Make Way For Six-Story Methodist Hospital Expansion At 515 6th Street, Park Slope

In June of 2014, the city’s Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) approved a variance for New York Methodist Hospital’s new eight-story, 500,000-square-foot Center for Community Health expansion at 515 6th Street, in Park Slope. A settlement between the hospital and Preserve Park Slope has since scaled the project down from seven to six stories, eliminating 28,000 square feet of medical space. Last month, the city approved plans for the scaled down version, and now the hospital has begun demolishing 16 brownstones to make way for the building, Crain’s reports. The latest filings detail a 485,978-square-foot building with 253,993 square feet of medical space. The facility’s operations will include outpatient surgery, imaging, cancer treatment and specialty care in orthopedics, and cardiology. The Schedule A indicates a 300-car parking garage in the sub-cellar and retail space on the basement level. Perkins Eastman is designing. The state Department of Health’s approval of a Certificate of Need is the last step needed before construction can begin. Once construction begins, completion is expected three years later.




225 14th Street

Four-Story, Three-Unit Residential Project Coming To 225 14th Street, Park Slope

Harel Edrey, doing business as Brooklyn-based EDG Development, has filed applications for a four-story, three-unit residential building at 225 14th Street, in southern Park Slope, located four blocks north of the Prospect Avenue stop on the R train. The new building will measure 6,104 square feet in total and the residential units should average a spacious 1,329 square feet apiece, indicative of condominiums. The first floor will contain the residential lobby and a single apartment. The second floor will have a full-floor apartment, and the third apartment will span the third and fourth floors. Issac & Stern Architects is the architect of record. A small two-story, 20-foot-wide townhouse must first be demolished.


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