In brownstone Brooklyn, house tour season usually coincides with the spring buying season or Mother’s Day. Bed-Stuy, however, marches to the beat of its own drum and hosts its annual house tour in October. This year it’s scheduled for the weekend…
Just last week, a rendering was revealed of the planned eight-story condominium project coming to 137 Fourth Avenue (a.k.a. 334 Butler Street), in northern Park Slope.
The Fourth Avenue corridor in Park Slope continues its residential upsizing since the area was rezoned by the Bloomberg administration more than a decade ago. According to DNAinfo, there are 13 new developments on the drawing board. One of them is an 8-story condominium at 344 Butler Street, also known as 141 Fourth Avenue.
Yet another lot on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope is set to become — wait for it — luxury condos, reports DNAInfo. Back in May, Arbie Development bought the property at the corner of Fourth Avenue…
Arbie Development is planning to build an eight-story residential building at 334 Butler Street (a.k.a. 141 Fourth Avenue), in northern Park Slope. A rendering of the project has been revealed by DNAinfo.
PARK SLOPE — A Fourth Avenue corner has gone from slum to plum, with a developer planning upscale condos on property that the city once pegged as “blighted.”
Arbie Development plans to build an 8-story condo building on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Butler Street complete with wrap-around balconies and duplex penthouse units, said Arbie’s director of operations, Princess Simeon.
Arbie Development has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 105 Schenectady Avenue, in eastern Crown Heights, located five blocks away from the Utica Avenue stop on the A and C trains.