Sales have launched this week on condominium residences in a new residential development at 575 Fourth Avenue in South Slope, Brooklyn. Designed by Fischer+Makooi for The Daten Group, the 12-story building contains 70 units that range from one to four bedrooms.
581 Fourth Avenue
A year ago, the Daten Group paid $24 million for eight properties on Fourth Avenue between 16th Street and the Prospect Expressway in South Slope. Now we have a look at the 11-story condo building headed for the site at 581 Fourth Avenue.
Late last year, YIMBY brought you news of Rabsky Group’s 12-story, 129-rental-unit building planned at 581 Fourth Avenue, in South Slope, and then renderings surfaced of the Karl Fischer-designed structure over the summer. Now, The Daten Group is paying $24 million for the assemblage, and the 12-story building will instead have 65 condominiums. Kutnicki Bernstein Architects is replacing Fischer, and demolition of the existing low-rise structures at 575-581 4th Avenue and 189-195 Prospect Avenue will begin in the fall. The original permits also included nearly 2,400 square feet of retail space. [The Real Deal]
Last December, YIMBY reported on filings calling for a 12-story, 129-unit mixed-use building at 581 Fourth Avenue, in South Slope, and now Curbed has the Karl Fischer-designed reveal. The Rabsky Group is developing the 78,800 square-foot building, which is planned to have nearly 2,400 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. Multiple low-rise structures must first be demolished before construction begins.
As the year comes to a close, architects are rushing to file new building permit applications before the 2014 construction codes take effect on December 31. So on Friday, applications were submitted for two new projects…