Could a glass wedge grow in Brooklyn?

Rendering via RedSky Capital
Rendering via RedSky Capital

The old Triangle Sports building at 182 Flatbush Avenue in Park Slope could soon give way to something very, very new — a glowing glass wedge.

In 2014, RedSky Capital — which has a portfolio of properties in Williamsburg and counts Brooklyn’s first Apple store among its tenants  — picked up the shuttered building for $4.1 million, and it has remained unoccupied ever since. Rumors of big name tenants like Sephora and Apple for the triangle have yet to pan out — but now, it seems something even bolder could occupy the site.

Brownstoner got their hands on renderings this week that show a futuristic all-glass wedge on the property. Few other details about the future of the site are out there, but we do know that RedSky is hunting for a single tenant.

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“Right now we’re focused on working to maximize the space,” RedSky vice president Shari Neissani told DNAinfo. “It’s a unique shape but we’re used to thinking outside of the box.”

Despite the boldness of the rendering, no plans have been filed yet.

[Brownstoner | Curbed]