While rumors of this building at Fourth Avenue and Thirteenth Street in the South Slope being the future site of an Olive Garden have had all the oil brutally squeezed from them, the building itself is making quite the boxy statement. It's one of the bigger buildings to result so far from the Fourth Avenue building boom and comes from two beloved Brooklyn players, architect Robert Scarano and developer Isaac Katan (who is one of the people behind the huge New Domino plan in Williamsburg). The massive 12-story building will have 135 condos and we're waiting on a name and a marketing effort. As for the Olive Garden, well, one will still have to go to Manhattan for the pasta supply.
· Fourth Avenue #1: Olive Garden Building Grown Tall [Curbed]
· An Olive Garden Grows Quickly in Brooklyn [Curbed]
· Olive Garden: South Slope Restaurant Rumor is BS [Brownstoner]