a year after construction began in brooklyn’s park slope neighborhood, sales have now been launched at 251 first — an apartment building designed by ODA architecture. the 11-storey structure features 44 residences, which comprise 2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes. the development also includes spacious penthouses with private outdoor terraces. located near prospect park, pricing for the apartments is expected to start $1,295,000 USD for a two-bedroom dwelling. the building’s amenities include a fitness center with yoga room, a furnished and landscaped rooftop lounge, and even stroller valet and storage. a further benefit includes an anticipated 15-year tax abatement for buyers.

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all images by heroes visuals inc. / courtesy of 251 first park slope

 

 

 

251 first makes its statement by utilizing setbacks to create a number of private and shared terraces, and through its intentional use of light, air and the outdoors,’ explains ODA architecture, who is also responsible for designing the scheme’s interiors. ‘at its core, this innovative project addresses the adaptive nature of cities and the very real possibility of change when logic, imagination and dynamism are in alignment.’ the project is being developed by adam america real estate, slate property group, and vanke US, with construction expected to wrap up before the end 2016.

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the 11-storey structure features 44 residences

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the development includes spacious penthouses with private outdoor terraces

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ODA architecture is also responsible for the project’s interiors

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2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes are offered

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floor-to-ceiling windows offer views across the city below

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construction is expected to wrap up before the end 2016

 

 

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