Contract Signed - Apartment #304 is a modern, south facing, one bedroom condominium with a terrace and 18 foot ceilings. Completed in 2006, the five-story building is constructed of masonry, steel, and concrete. It is one of five buildings that comprise a collective housing association, allowing for all of the ultra-luxurious amenities found in New York’s finest condominium buildings while maintaining the intimacy and privacy of a small fifteen unit development. The apartment is currently configured with an open floor plan and loft bedroom. The apartment can easily be converted to a proper one bedroom while maintaining the bedroom loft and airy openness of the apartment.
Much of Prospect Heights’ development dates to the end of the Gilded Age, but it was settled and stabilized decades earlier when Fredrick Law Olmstead’s 526-acre Prospect Park brought the upper and middle classes to the tree-lined streets in the ten-block radius near the park. Grand single-family brownstones replaced the smaller original homes and businesses, and a little more than a 100 years later much of the 1890s neighborhood remains between the new condominium, retail, and transportation developments. Prospect Heights may be one of the city’s smallest neighborhoods, but almost no neighborhood in New York City can claim as much investment into its recent transformation with the Atlantic Rail Yards mega development at the tip of the neighborhood. At that site, new retail, office, residential, and community facilities are under construction and completed, including the new Barclay’s Arena, and Brooklyn’s very own professional basketball team. 925 Pacific Street was built in 2006 and is typical to the character of modern Brooklyn developments with big open spaces and tall-unobstructed windows and views.
The property is located in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. The site is surrounded by mid-rise, single and multi-family, residential developments. This brownstone neighborhood is located on the northern edge of Prospect Park and bordered by Eastern Parkway to the South, Flatbush Avenue to the West, Atlantic Avenue to the North, and Franklyn Avenue to the East. Prospect Heights is home to many of Brooklyn’s treasures such as, Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the Brooklyn Public Library, and Grand Army Plaza.
Children’s Playroom, Pool, Gym, Sauna, Game Room, Theater, Business Center, Garage (space may not be available). Transportation is easy with the C train one block away at the Clinton-Washington Stop. A few blocks further are the A,2,3,4,5,B,& Q trains.