PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN — The so-referred to as "triangle constructing" on Flatbush Avenue has at all times been considered one of Park Slope's extra curious plots of actual property.
Its location — on the intersection of a number of prosperous Brooklyn neighborhoods — in addition to its recognizable triangle form make it one that might appear to be fascinating too. But it is sat empty ever since RedSky Capital paid $four. million for it in 2013.
New renderings from AA Studio present what the 19th-century constructing may finally turn out to be.
Each units of designs envision a glassy, futuristic construction that you just'd be extra prone to discover in Williamsburg or Mattress-Stuy than Brownstone Brooklyn.
One set reveals an all-glass constructing largely within the current form:
The opposite set takes the present constructing and places a glass construction on prime of it, increasing the obtainable house inside.
You possibly can read more about the property here.
Photographs by way of AA Studio
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Initially printed July 28, 2017.