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.
Priced from $1.15 million to over $7 million, the homes within 5 River Park will feature antique-styled, white oak flooring, oversized windows to facilitate the flow of natural light, and custom stone and millwork treatments in residential kitchens, bathrooms, and living spaces. Many of the homes will also include a built-in wet bar and Sub-Zero wine storage, as well as private outdoor terraces or balconies.
“5 River Park is designed with traditional materials common to Cobble Hill, including brick, limestone, and ornamental metalwork,” said Douglas Romines, who served as design architect for the building. “The building’s facades will be well-proportioned, with depth and relief, while integrating contemporary details.”
Future occupants will also have access to a comfortable selection of outdoor amenities including a landscaped garden promenade, cooking areas, a bocce court, a heated lap pool, and cabana seating. Indoor amenities include a game room stocked with billiards tables and a retro arcade, a music studio, private storage units, a bike room, and additional communal lounge areas.
All together, the three-phase development replaces the former Long Island College Hospital site and is poised to create a dynamic new residential destination. Beyond function, the buildings introduce district architectural styles that could alter, and perhaps invigorate, the texture of the surrounding neighborhood.
According to a release from the developer, 2 River Park, designed by Hill West Architects, will enter the market later this year. Located on the northwest corner of Hicks Street and Pacific Street, the property will offer one to four-bedroom layouts.
The final property to be completed during Phase Two, 1 River Park, is expected to launch sales early 2019. Located on the southwest corner of Atlantic Avenue and Hicks Street, the property is designed by FXCollaborative and will include one to three-bedroom apartments.
The very final two buildings of the entire redevelopment plan, 3 River Park and 4 River Park, will arrive as part of Phase Three.