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All images of 906 Bergen Street via Douglas Elliman All images of 906 Bergen Street via Douglas Elliman
While the protections of the Crown Heights Historic District put limits on the height and aesthetics of new construction that can take place, the nearby Prospect Heights has a bit more leeway that has perhaps led to a greater influx of development in recent years. The Richard Meier-designed On Prospect Park led the charge, and condos like Hello Washington and 550 Vanderbilt later followed suit. At the crossroads of the two Brooklyn neighborhoods, sales have launched at new boutique condominium 906 Bergen Street.

A number of units have already entered contract, and remaining availabilities start at $779K for one-bedrooms and $1.25 million for two-bedrooms. Its average price of $1,286 per square foot puts it roughly in line with the Prospect Heights average of $1,218 per square foot (figures per CityRealty data).
906-Bergen-Street-10 Rendering vs Reality (Ilustration via ARC Architecture + Design Studio)
906-Bergen-Street-11 Aerial Google Streetview of 906 Bergen Street
Just under a year after demolition permits were filed for the three-story house previously at 906 Bergen Street, a neighboring building caught fire and spread to this one. A few months after the fire, permits were filed for an eight-story, 18-unit building. The owner is listed as Infinity Properties LLC, and the designer of record is ARC Architecture + Design Studio. The finished product is a tan stone building with oversized black-framed windows and prominent glass balconies that is among the taller ones on its block.

↓ Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the residences with light, and classic hardware and wide plank hardwood floors add character to the homes.

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↓ Pella windows and insulated walls keep the homes quiet, and additional conveniences include Amazon Key and washer/dryer hookup.

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↓ Kitchens come equipped with customized Leicht cabinetry, quartz countertops, Calacatta Gold porcelain backsplashes, and high-end appliances.

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↓ Bedrooms offer generous closet space.

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↓ Baths feature chevron marble tilework, deep soaking tubs, and heated floors.

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↓ One-bedrooms with private balconies start at $779K.

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↓ Two-bedrooms with private outdoor space start at $1.25 million.

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Pets are welcome at 906 Bergen Street, and a virtual concierge system offers video entry and surveillance, not to mention customized smart home controls, from a smartphone. Residential amenities include a bike room, a children’s playroom, a residents’ lounge with accessory terrace, and a top-floor gym with excellent light and views.

906 Bergen Street is located a short distance from Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the eclectic dining options of Franklin Avenue. The Park Place S train is two blocks from the building, and the Franklin Avenue-Medgar Evers College 2/3/4/5 stop allows for a convenient commute all over Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Ecclectic historic architecture of Crown Heights
Brooklyn Children's Museum
Medger Evers College

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