The developer of 910 Union Street, the former home of Cathedral School of Brooklyn in Park Slope, was feeling optimistic about the new development market as long ago as last year's spring thaw. Now American Development Group's plans for the site, picked up three years ago for $5 million, are starting to materialize, with construction on a seven-story condo building already underway. Ultimately, the building?with "red brick and minimal glass" in an attempt, rendered above, at blending in?will house 15 three-bedroom units, according to The Brooklyn Paper. Residents will get a gym and a "retro interior" that includes a restored wood-burning fireplace, but given American Development Group's work on 123 Baxter, we hope automated garages and robotic appliances won't be exclusive to Little Chitaly.
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