Brooklyn's Fourth Avenue may be known now as the "Canyon of Mediocrity," but in its heyday, the thoroughfare was compared to Manhattan's Park Avenue. Though those glory days are long-gone, change has been coming to the avenue in small doses, and now, it's set to get a high-end condo from a developer more commonly associated with luxurious Manhattan properties. JDS Development's The Baltic, located on (duh) Baltic Street, is due to launch sales as early as next week, according to the New York Times, with prices ranging from $900,000 to $3.6 million. Thanks to the building's multiple fancy amenities—an "outdoor cinema," roof decks, on-site parking, and the like—its prices are higher than average for the neighborhood, with the potential for the building to break the area's sale record. The 11-story development will have just 44 apartments, ranging from one- to three-bedrooms, with high-end appliances and finishes. The building is designed by VOA Architecture, which is also working on Nomad's Virgin Hotel.