That was really fast. The building on Fourth Avenue in that is rumored to the be future home of an Olive Garden and was only a couple of stories tall as recently as July, has ended its growth spurt at 12 stories. The structure we've called the Olive Garden Building (it could be seen sticking up in the distance in this photo of the view from the Hotel Le Bleu) is at 13th Street and Fourth Avenue, and is on the southern flank of the Fourth Avenue building boom. It's a collaboration between architect Robert Scarano and developer Isaac Katan. The building has racked up 51 complaints with the Department of Buildings, including a number of gripes that construction work has been starting at 6AM and that things are falling on its neighbors.
· An Olive Garden Grows Quickly in Brooklyn [Curbed]
· The New Look Fourth Avenue, Park Slope Side [Curbed]