So an existing one-story parking lot near the Fourth Avenue border with Park Slope is set to be razed, and in its place shall rise an orange, charcoal, and glassy nine-story rental building, according to a plan exam spotted by BuzzBuzzHome. Besides the 70 units, many with private terraces if the futuristic renderings are any indication, tenants at 595 Baltic Street will have a roof deck, gym, lounge, private storage, and a part-time doorman. It's designed by ND Architecture and Design PC, which is helmed by none other than Nataliya Donskoy, protege of barredchitect Robert Scarano. By the by, she's also been tapped to do the condo conversion of Queens' history Ridgewood Theater, and it's been noted that her designs aren't always, shall we say, contextual. The developer is Adam America Real Estate, who seems to have a thing for colorful facades (please see 53 Broadway). And the verdict is?
· Current Projects: 595 Baltic Street [Adam America]
· Meet 595 Baltic Street, Adam America's latest rental in Brooklyn [BuzzBuzzHome]
· Adam America coverage [Curbed]