Park Slope condo launches sales

TRD New York /
Nov.November 12, 2012 11:30 AM

Sales have launched at Park Union, a new luxury Park Slope condominium conversion by American Development Group.

The historic, pre-war building at 910 Union Street between Eighth Avenue and Grand Army Plaza has 15 residences — two one-bedroom, two two-bedroom and 11 three-bedroom homes. It is being marketed by Halstead Property Development Marketing. The units range in size from 735 square feet to 1,905 square feet and in price from $799,000 to $2.29 million.

The developers, the same company behind the Kips Bay condominium One48, added four stories to the now seven-story property and completed a gut renovation of the building’s interior before bringing it to market. ADG tried to retain the building’s “old world luxury, charm and grace” in the conversion, according to Perry Finkelman, CEO of the company.

Amenities at the building include a children’s playroom, a fitness room and bicycle storage. The property has an anticipated 15-year 421-A tax abatement. – Katherine Clarke


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