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Today's Featured Building: 500 Fourth Avenue

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Front View of 500 Fourth Avenue

In the Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope, 500 Fourth Avenue is a condominium development which was completed in 2008 and designed by architect Robert Scarano, who is said to be Brooklyn's most controversial and innovative architect.

This project creates a contextual structure that is reminiscent of the character found in the surrounding areas of Park Slope. Home to the widely-known landmark of Prospect Park, this area lends an attractive and affordable residential neighborhood outside of the bustling Manhattan atmosphere. Developed by Isaac Katan, this 12 story building was constructed after an rezoning of the neighborhood, and now offers 156 luxury residences.

The modern building offers a full-time doorman and hotel-style concierge service, attended on-site parking, a residents' lounge, business area, home-theater that can be utilized for private screenings, an entertainment area with a pool table and a 2,500 square foot common terrace.[1]


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