With $4.4 million in construction financing successfully closed, Threefold Development has released the first renderings of a seven-story residential building in Flatbush, Brooklyn. When complete, the development will span approximately 45,000 gross square feet.
Located at 1458-1466 Flatbush Avenue in the southwestern section of the neighborhood, the property is near some of the borough’s most prominent landmarks including Kings Theatre and Prospect Park, in addition to a busy thoroughfare of restaurants, cafes, and independent retailers.
Designed by architect Bar Orian, the façade is reminiscent of the contemporary waterfront structures popping up around parts of southern Florida and the Caribbean. The structure’s pale concrete curtain walls and columns slant inward to support large private terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows in excess of ten feet heights. Future occupants will have access to a private fitness and yoga studio, storage areas for both personal items and bicycles, on-site laundry facilities, and a lightly landscaped rear yard.
The residential component includes 43 units in a mix of 38 single-bedroom and five two-bedroom apartments. The ground floor of the building will also support two small commercial spaces.
The project team has not yet revealed an anticipated date of completion.