Warmth and Light, New York Spaces, February-March 2017

While many Brooklyn apartment kitchens may leave something to be desired, the open, sunlit cooking space at Baltic will wow even the most seasoned of chefs. The Park Slope homes for sale at Baltic offer state-of-the-art kitchens outfitted with quartz countertops and islands, ​​walnut cabinetry, Miele appliances, and massive windows that flood the room with natural light. Residents can also enjoy luxe details throughout their homes, such as private terraces, custom stained oak floors,​ and​ a steam shower and​ ​​r​adiant ​floor heating in master baths.

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Façade Installation Underway At 11-Story Baltic Park Slope At 613 Baltic Street

Construction is underway on the façade of JDS Development Group’s new condo development: Baltic in Park Slope. The NYC real estate developers enlisted VOA Associates to create the unique white-brick and glass exterior for the 11-story residential tower, which topped out in the summer of 2016. Upon completion, Baltic will introduce 43 luxury residences to the neighborhood, in addition to more than 3,000 square feet of retail space. Baltic’s resident amenities include a fitness center, landscaped garden, private lounge, and a rooftop terrace and cinema.

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Gentrilennials strike Brooklyn’s gritty Fourth Avenue

Fourth Avenue is quickly taking its place among Brooklyn’s most sought-after thoroughfares, a recent sea change brought about by a wave of new high-end residential developments and the many retail, dining, and entertainment venues that now line the street. JDS Development Group’s Baltic has been a driving force behind this neighborhood’s evolution from industrial to chic. The building’s 44 stylishly modern residences are attracting a host of potential buyers and will also infuse the neighborhood with an additional 5,500 square feet of retail space when construction is complete.

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Brooklyn rooftops: taking the New York terrace to the next level

While roof decks and gardens may still be at a premium in New York, some of the city’s latest luxe real estate offerings are combining both of these sought-after amenities in their rooftop green spaces. Baltic’s homes have been at the forefront of this trend, with a landscaped roof that features an open-air screening room, grilling and dining areas, and a sunbathing lawn. Residents of these Park Slope condos will also enjoy access to a lounge that opens onto the building’s dual-level landscaped garden, as well as a fitness center with floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue continues its transformation

For decades, local residents along the stretch of Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue between Park Slope and Gowanus have worked tirelessly to preserve the area’s neighborhood feel, a sensibility that the NYC real estate developers at JDS Development Group tapped into when designing Baltic. The luxury condo’s golden brick façade and greenery function as extensions of the neighborhood aesthetic, and Baltic’s height blends seamlessly with surrounding, lower-lying buildings. JDS Development also offers Baltic residents a unique brand of contemporary luxury via interiors outfitted with oak floors and state-of-the-art appliances plus on-site fitness facilities, a landscaped roof deck, and an outdoor cinema.

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Developer Turns Former Gowanus Arts Space into Luxury Condo Sales Office

In a former performance venue that once echoed with the sounds of dancers’ footsteps, new art is on display courtesy of the top real estate developers behind the Baltic luxury condominium in Brooklyn. At the 44-residence tower’s sales gallery at 303 Bond Street in Brooklyn​, JDS Development Group pays homage to the erstwhile arts venue with a collection of sculptures by artist Anna Karlin. The featured works were created using materials such as brass, quartz, and walnut that are integral to Baltic’s construction.

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JDS Opens the Quirky Sales Office For its First Brooklyn Condo

JDS Development Group is continuing its tradition of innovation by transforming its newest sales office into an art gallery. They have commissioned artist Anna Karlin to craft a series of pieces for the sales office for Baltic, the firm’s upcoming 11-story Park Slope condo development. The sculptures, which are made from the same materials as the building and correspond to different parts of it, are designed to capture the essence of elements ranging from various rooms to the façade itself. Baltic has recently topped out its construction. ​

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See Inside the Baltic Condos Rising on 4th Avenue in Park Slope

Construction is progressing at Baltic, JDS Development’s residential project on Brooklyn’s booming 4th Avenue. When complete, Baltic will feature a gray-brick and punched-window facade that rises above surrounding buildings to provide panoramic views of the neighborhood and downtown Brooklyn. Its 44 apartments will have high ceilings and the luxury finishes and flourishes for which JDS is known. Residents will also enjoy amenities including a fitness center and a rooftop terrace complete with dining areas and an outdoor cinema.

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11-Story, 44-Unit Mixed-Use Condo Project Rises To Fifth Floor At 613 Baltic Street, Park Slope

Construction is underway at Baltic, Park Slope’s newest luxury condo and retail development. With convenient access to booming Downtown Brooklyn, the JDS Development Group project is expected to open in 2017, and sales of two- and three-bedroom apartments have already begun. The building will feature plentiful amenities for residents, including a fitness center, landscaped gardens and terraces, a roof deck complete with grills and dining areas, bike storage and car garage, and a private movie theater.

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Trend Report NYC: The Artful Lodger

As the worlds of fine art and high-end real estate become ever more entwined, JDS Development Group has taken the initiative to bring them even closer with striking results. For Baltic, the developer’s luxury condos in Brooklyn’s Park Slope, JDS worked with artist Anna Karlin to create a series of sculptures using the same materials from which the new property is being constructed. These unique works of art, carved from walnut, golden-gray brick, and brushed bronze, are currently on display in the Baltic sales office at 303 Bond Street in Brooklyn.

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