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Ex-Scarano Development on Fourth Ave. is Seriously Smoking

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Eco-Friendly on Fourth Avenue from rsguskind on Vimeo.

The big development at the corner of Fourth Avenue (aka Brooklyn's new Park Avenue) and Carroll Street in Park Slope languished for nearly two years with Stop Work Orders and other issues after its original design by architect Robert Scarano. Eventually, he was replaced by Armand Quadrini of KSQ Architects, who also followed Mr. Scarano on the controversial 360 Smith project, replacing the original Heavy Metal Building design with a Soft Rock brick version. The building, which is now fully extended, will clock in at 12 stories and have 41 units. In the meantime, it's a good thing that the developers aren't after LEED certification and selling it as green building.

· Scarano v. Quadrini #1: Fourth Avenue Edition [Curbed]