For more than three years, 701 Union Street in Park Slope has been a shell of a building, with work having stalled after a construction accident at the site in 2009. Now Brownstoner reports that crews are once again working on the building, and architect Jeffrey McKean filed new permits for a six-story, nine-unit building. The architect's website says the building, rendered at right, will have a mix of "studio lofts to large two-bedroom penthouses."
The facade will feature a wood plane "cantilevered" from the brick building, which allows for each unit to have balcony space and large windows. There will be a shared rooftop terrace and backyard, and the cellar will have storage space. No word yet on whether they will be condos or rentals.
· 701 Union Street Is Back From the Dead, With Rendering [Brownstoner]
· Jeffrey McKean Architect [official]