A building on the corner of Seventh Avenue and Second Street in Park Slope is currently considered an eyesore due to the fact that it's falling apart and covered in graffiti. But it may soon be considered an eyesore for an entirely different reason, as Sugar Hill Capital Partners is converting it into a luxury condominium building. The developer filed plans in April to make the building's eight apartments into four full-floor residences. Sugar Hill paid $4.2 million for the site. The architect of record is Christopher Carrano of ADG Architecture and Design. As DNAinfo points out, this is a good time to be a Park Slope condo conversion.
· Park Slope Eyesore Set to Become Super-Luxe Condos [DNAinfo]