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Park Slope Controversy Magnet Garfield Sparta Hits the Market

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Location: 580 Carroll Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues
Size: 17 units; available listings range from 919 to 1,270 square feet
Prices: $685,000-$985,000 on six available listings
Architect: Enrique Norten
Developer: Maxburgh Companies
Sales & Marketing: Brown Harris Stevens Select
Lowdown: Park Slope's 580 Carroll Street is a trooper. After some bruising by the Board of Standards and Appeals, the development has picked itself up and dusted itself off, and it's now ready for the scrutiny of starchitecture stalkers everywhere. Only six of 17 units in the Enrique Norten building are listed, but there's still quite the array of floorplans, collected in the gallery above. Not pictured: the wooden boardwalk leading through a yard to the main entrance, a quirk some Sparta-haters saw as too Miami. Way back when, the project wanted to bring "an element of country living" to the spot and bridge the Park Slope/Gowanus DMZ. Success?
· Official website: 580 Carroll Street []
· Garfield Sparta [StreetEasy]
· 580 Carroll Street coverage [Curbed]

580 Carroll St

580 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215

580 Carroll Street

580 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY