New Prospect Heights Condos to rise by Atlantic Yards project
The Brooklyn Eagle announces a new Aguayo & Huebener-marketed project to rise at 606 Bergen St, just a block away from the Atlantic Yards Project.
The lot is currently being used as a parking lot, between Carlton and Vanderbilt Avenue. The architect will be Karl Fischer, who also designed the Gretsch in Williamsburg.
Sounding a lot like the Washington project, Brendan Aguayo states: “This is a very sleek design with exotic finishes and details that have been orchestrated to produce a calming, Zen-like effect.” In addition, the project is described further:
The apartments have been designed with spacious open floor plans in one-and two-bedroom configurations, including several duplexes. The units will range in size from 850 to 1,000 square feet. Among the amenities are five-piece marble master baths, top-of-the-line kitchen appliances, exotic wood cabinetry and floors, oversized windows and balconies. Building-wide amenities will include a fitness spa with sauna and steam room, and three banks of elevators to coincide with the three separate entrances.