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Nestled at the beginning of Nevins Street, where Downtown Brooklyn melds into Boerum Hill, a muscular condominium building named Brooklyn Grove has reached completion. Designed inside and out by Eran Chen's ODA Architecture, the 27-story tower was conceived to make a statement, seen in its imposing charcoal brick facade accentuated by large picture windows that appear to float within two- and three-story frames. "The design creates a sense of depth and drama that lives comfortably amongst the neighboring brownstones," explains ODA.
The full force of the high-rise can be best seen nearby from the transit-rich corner of Flatbush Avenue Ext. and Fulton Street. Its stern appearance creates a Brutalist context of bare walls, chiseled stone, and raw materiality whose starkness juxtapose the great human energy found at street level. Here, where nine subway lines tangle underneath, a flurry of forthcoming multi-million developments are poised to transform the intersection into the most pivotal hub in the borough after Atlantic Terminal-Barclays Center.
Downtown Brooklyn From Fox Square at Flatbush Avenue Ext. and Fulton Street
Fortunately for residents of Brooklyn Grove, the building is situated just outside the hubbub, within a growing residential community of full-service apartment buildings, walk-ups, and brownstones. The venture, developed by Adam America and Vanke US, brings to market 184 for-sale apartments coming in studio to three-bedroom configurations. Keeping in mind the hustle and bustle of the nearby intersection, ODA set out to create a sanctuary for residents, selecting layers of organic materials and lush textures for communal spaces. The transition begins in the lobby, ODA explains, here an organic pallet of slatted wood details, textured hand-plastered walls, and greenery aspires to bring the outdoors (nature, not NYC) in.
 
 
 
 
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The mint-condition residences, sized from 408-square-foot studios to 1,582-square-foot three-bedrooms, are highly-crafted blank canvases for any buyer to implement their personal style and tastes. Finishes include 7.5-inch-wide Ashland Oak plank floors, insulated double-pane windows, kitchens with rift oak cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, antique brass hardware, and an appliance package by Bosch. Designed for serenity, master baths feature two types of marble, Waterworks fixtures, and oak vanity with Fior di Bosco countertops. The two and three-bedroom layouts also feature glass-enclosed showers.
Lounge
Brooklyn Grove Heated swimming pool
Demostration Kitchen
With one's home more important than ever, the building is stocked with contemporary amenities such as a health club with a sky-lit 40-foot-long heated indoor pool, fitness center, and yoga studio. Other in-house perks include a kids’ room ideal for at-home learning, a conference room, pet spa, bike room, party room, and a furnished roof deck with grills. The fully-attended lobby, subtly inspired by ancient Japanese temples, features a sunken residents’ lounge with sightlines to the Grove Place alleyway behind. The prior developer of the L-shaped site envisioned a glass hotel that would activate the alley into a thriving public party space. Considering the reservations of homeowners and that the design theme is tranquility, it's safe to say this idea is off the table.
Brooklyn Grove Shelved proposal for a hotel at the site with an activated Grove Place alleyway

As of mid-November there are 13 studio to three-bedroom condo residences for sale priced from $575,000 to $1.8 million. See all listings here or contact us for further details and scheduling a viewing.

 
 
 
 
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