Located between President and Carroll Streets, just south of the Blink Fitness that opened in the former Brooklyn Lyceum at 227 4th Avenue last year, the new condo building replaces two auto body shops. Designed by INC Architecture & Design, Parlour will feature full- or half-floor layouts with two- through five-bedroom residences.
Haysha Deitsch purchased 243 4th Avenue in June 2015 for $3.4 million, according to Property Shark. In 2014, Deitsch attempted to evict five elderly tenants from the Prospect Park Residence, a retirement home he owned at 1 Prospect Park West, and was ordered to pay a $3.35 million settlement two years later. The Parlour project is now helmed by Brodmore Management Inc, according to Curbed.
With a design to “invoke Brooklyn’s brownstones,” the building will feature arched windows, terraces, and balconies. Pricing is estimated to start at $1.6 million.
About a block and a half away, a pair of two-story buildings at 670 Union Street (between 4th & 5th Avenues) will soon be demolished to make way for a new six-story, 14-unit residential development, New York YIMBY reports.
Mesh Architecture will design the 24,000-square-foot project which will rise 70 feet high. The 81 foot lot will feature a 31-foot-long backyard as well as approximately 11 parking spaces in an underground garage.