Exterior work is moving along at 5 River Park, a 15-story residential building in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Alternately addressed as 347 Henry Street, the structure is designed by Romines Architecture and is being developed by Fortis Property Group. D S L V Studio, a Brooklyn-based design and decor company, is in charge of the interior decor and styling, while Douglas Elliman‘s Eklund Gomes and Maroni teams are handling the sales and marketing of the 25 condominium units. Homes range from one- to four-bedroom spreads, with some featuring outdoor terraces. The sales gallery for 5 River Park is located at 97 Amity Street.
YIMBY recently went on a hard-hat tour of 5 River Park, aka 347 Henry Street. The reinforced concrete structure stands 15 stories to its roof, atop the Brooklyn neighborhood of Cobble Hill. The building is being designed by Romines Architecture with Fortis Property Group serving as the developer. There will be 25 condominiums ranging from one- to four-bedroom units. D S L V Studio, a Brooklyn-based design and decor company, is in charge of the interior decor and styling while exclusive sales and marketing is being handled by the Eklund Gomes and Maroni teams from Douglas Elliman. The sales gallery is located at 97 Amity Street.
Fortis Property Group has launched sales for 5 River Park, the first property to arrive on the heels of the billion-dollar River Park redevelopment plan in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. The new property offers 25 condominiums ranging in size from one to four bedrooms.
A new rendering has been revealed for the highly-anticipated Long Island College Hospital redevelopment, dubbed River Park. The final tower for the project, 5 River Park, located at 347 Henry Street, is slated to be a fully residential building. The structure will rise 15 stories and offer up 91,000 square feet of space. The lot is part of the larger project being developed by Fortis Property Group, and will spread across the Cobble Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn.
After years of controversial approvals and political wrangling, Fortis Property Group announced last month that they would forego a rezoning for the Long Island College Hospital campus in Cobble Hill and build a development where they don’t have to include affordable housing. Now the firm has filed plans for a 17-story, mixed-use building at 350 Hicks Street, on the western edge of the former state-owned hospital complex.