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Splendid Rentals Carved From Brooklyn Church To Ask $2,995+

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It's been a long slog for the church conversion at 232 Adelphi Street in Fort Greene, but finally the house of worship-to-rental project is seeing the light. Brownstoner toured the apartments this week just ahead of the building's Wednesday leasing launch, which will bring 12 homes priced between $2,995 and $11,500 to market. Because of the layout of the building, each of the apartments show off different architectural aspects of the church, like that stunning stained glass, domed ceilings, and exposed brick. All of the apartments in the building will be duplexes or triplexes, including its two studios.

The 1888 Gothic Revival church has been vying to be redeveloped since at least 2008, when a Brooklyn co-housing collective eyed the property and the empty lot behind it as the site for their egalitarian communal-living concept. The empty lot behind the church was scooped up in late 2010 to give rise to five two-family townhouses that are nearly complete, and work on the current church conversion under Serabjit Singh of Beards LLC kicked off around 2013. RSVP Studio and N-Plus handled the remodel of the landmarked church; S.DG Design did the interiors.

For more views inside, head on over to Brownstoner.
· Leasing Starts Wednesday For Carlton Mews Church Conversion ['Stoner]
· Mapping 26 NYC Houses of Worship Being Replaced By Condos [Curbed]
· All Carlton Mews coverage [Curbed]