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Sales set to launch at Broken Angel House

Former art project will have 10 condos in two buildings

September 11, 2014 12:50PM

From left: 4-8 Downing Street in Fort Greene and interior renovation at the site

From left: 4 Downing Street in Fort Greene and interior renovation at the site

Progress is moving along swiftly at the Broken Angel House, the Fort Greene property that artist Arthur Wood transformed into a stained glass art piece and that served as a backdrop for the 2005 documentary “Dave Chappelle’s Block Party.”

Sales are set to launch next month at the condo development that will replace the eccentric and artsy residence at 4 Downing Street, 6sqft reported. Alex Barrett of Barrett Design and Development purchased the property for $4.1 million in January and work got under way in April.

Workers are installing windows, plumbing and sprinklers at the eight-unit building at 4 Downing Street, while work is being done on the foundation at 8 Downing Street, which will rise four floors and contain two condominium units, according to 6sqft. [6sqft]Tom DiChristopher

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