Permits have been filed for a four-story condominium building at 349 Prospect Place in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Located between Underhill Avenue and Washington Avenue, the lot is five blocks north of the Eastern Parkway Brooklyn Museum subway station, serviced by the 2 and 3 trains. Arik Bar-Chaim is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Located between Vanderbilt Avenue and Underhill Avenue, 280 St. Marks Avenue is a newly finished residential project in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. This 80,000 square foot condominium project is surrounded by brownstones and brick townhouses and incorporates the architecture of the neighborhood into the faceted exterior facade. It is designed by DXA studio and was developed by DNA Development. There are 31 units in total.
Details have been revealed for an enormous new 750-unit residential tower at 18 6th Avenue, in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. The site is right beside the Barclays Center and is part of Pacific Park, formerly known as Atlantic Yards, a multi-billion dollar 22-acre mega-project that has already seen the completion of four of fifteen eventual buildings. TF Cornerstone and The Brodsky Organization have also now joined Greenland Forest City Partners to finish the project, acquiring land where three of the prospective future skyscrapers will imminently rise.
Permits have been filed for a seven-story residential building at 484 Sterling Place in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. The site is four blocks away from the Brooklyn Museum on Prospect Park. Next to the museum are subway stations for the 2, 3, 4, 5, and S trains. William Caleo of Brooklyn Home Company is listed as behind the applications.
It was nearly two and a half years ago that YIMBY last reported on permits and a rendering for 731 and 733 Bergen Street, in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Today, we have the first rendering of the project’s redesign, by Bizdesigns LLC. The new structure looks lighter, with tan panels on the two protruding sections and base, rather than dark brick, as well as paneled screens on the lower floors. The windows were also subject to changes, and the nine balconies will be colored black, instead of red.