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337 11th Street (Tom Winter Architects) 337 11th Street (Tom Winter Architects)
This brownstone enlargement project between the bustling Fifth and Sixth Avenues in Park Slope is anything but expected. Rather than just adding another floor and keeping the same facade (see 132 Second Place), Tom Winter Architects has boldly designed a contemporary two-story addition with setbacks to the 3-story 337 11th Street, creating a seamless mix of old and new. The firm also spruced up the facade, opting for a modern white and grey look. Originally a 3-unit brownstone built in 1901, the conversion will bring that number down to just two ultra-spacious units, a duplex and triplex.
Original brownstone at 337 11th Street (Google street view 2014)
Facade work is now nearly complete as of April 2018. Photo credit: CityRealty
Developer Nicholas Malafis bought the building for $950,000 back in 2012 and filed plans for the project shortly after. According to the old listing, the brownstone's top two floors were in need of a total renovation. Malafis and Tom Winter Architects are also behind South Slope's The Aaron, a 17-unit condominium built last year. Sales for that range from $765K to $2.205M.

According to permits, 337 11th Street will hold 5,429 square feet of residential space and 246 square feet of commercial. A residential lobby and motorcycle showroom will be located on the first floor.
The enlargement's addition of a terrace has allowed for city views.
City views are now possible with the enlargement (Google Earth)

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