New Renderings Revealed for 147 Saint Felix Street, Fort Greene, Brooklyn

147 Saint Felix Street updated rendering, image via JRA Design Group147 Saint Felix Street updated rendering, image via JRA Design Group

A new look is out for the proposed three-story building at 147 Saint Felix Street in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The site is located just two blocks away from the Atlantic Barclays Center intersection. JRA Design Group is responsible for the design.

147 Saint Felix Street rendering, view from Hanson Place, image via JRA Design Group

147 Saint Felix Street rendering, view from Hanson Place, image via JRA Design Group

The renderings reveal a masonry façade with a brick cornice and black metal panels sprinkled along the base and window frames. The architects have taken inspiration from previous iterations by Think Architecture and Design, though they have rejected the wood ornamentation to the façade.

Prior design of 147 Saint Felix Street

Permits were filed March of this year for the 35-foot tall building. It will yield 3,380 square feet dedicated to residential use. Just two apartments will be included. Residents will benefit from two parking spaces and a rooftop deck. A community facility gallery will be housed in the building’s cellar.

Existing condition of the 147 Saint Felix Street site, image via JRA Design Group

Existing condition of the 147 Saint Felix Street site, image via JRA Design Group

Alireza Esmaeilzadeh is responsible for the development.

147 Saint Felix Street rendering, image via JRA Design Group

147 Saint Felix Street rendering, image via JRA Design Group

The lot was demolished after a subway accident in the late 1990’s. The estimated completion date has not been announced.

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2 Comments on "New Renderings Revealed for 147 Saint Felix Street, Fort Greene, Brooklyn"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Think on correct that wood gone away.

  2. Why is it so hard to make architecture contextual?

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