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Carroll Gardens condo inspired by Scandinavian Modernism tops out

The seven-story building, which will feature a handmade Danish brick facade, will bring 17 apartments to the neighborhood

Will Femia

Carroll Gardens’s Scandinavian Modernism-inspired condo has topped out, just a little over a year after the project was first announced. Developed and designed by Avery Hall Investments, the building at 145 President Street now stands seven-stories tall, and will eventually bring 17 new apartments to the neighborhood.

These 17 apartments come in two-to-four-bedroom variants, and include two garden-level apartments, and two penthouses. Sales on them launched in September, with apartments asking from $2.295 million. At present, available apartments here are asking between $2.445 million, and $3.795 million, according to StreetEasy.

When complete, this seven-story condo, which towers over the neighboring townhouses, will offer up views of the Statue of Liberty, and the Manhattan skyline. Of the 17 apartments, eight have private outdoor space, so the views won’t just be restricted to the rooftop terrace.

The building’s amenities, aside from two rooftop terraces, include indoor parking with 15 available spots, a library, a fitness center with Peloton spin bikes, and private storage for every apartment, among other features.

In the coming months, the building’s handmade Danish brick facade will become visible, as the project gets closer to completion. For now, here’s a look at a drone video that captured the topped out building, the surrounding neighborhood, and some of the views.