Well Built in Brooklyn.
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+/- 83,000 GSF
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12-inch Belen Grey Roman Brick
As the transformation of Brooklyn’s 4th Avenue corridor began, JDS had an opportunity to bring a high-quality new development to Park Slope. Wrought in a unique grey brick framing a distinctive window pattern, Baltic integrates various marbles, granites, quartz, and labradorite, as well as woods such as walnut, to create a residential building that is consciously, but not conspicuously, modern. The sophisticated design, fine finishes, and quality construction embody the well-built ethos integral to each JDS building.
Time honored materials and elegant details are applied throughout each well-appointed residence to create a soft edge modern look.
The outdoor space is a zen-like oasis… sanctuary-like in feel.
Baltic features an abundance of outdoor space. From the light-filled lobby, an outdoor garden winds up towards a second outdoor terrace adjacent to the residential lounge, complete with a climbing garden. The large roof deck includes barbecue areas, multiple lounge areas, custom landscaping, and views of Downtown Brooklyn, the Statue of Liberty, and Park Slope.
- 24 hour attended lobby
- Roof deck replete with lounges, grills, landscaping and dining areas
- Parking and storage
- Two-level private courtyard and terrace with lush landscaping and seating
- Residents lounge
- Outdoor terrace
- Bicycle storage
To address secure pre-sales during the earliest phases of construction, JDS engaged artist and designer Anna Karlin. Instead of creating the standard sales office experience, Karlin created a sculpture gallery featuring the building’s materials that JDS had gone to great lengths to source and procure. Each sculpture was made from the palette of materials used in each room, thus allowing the sales team to guide guests though the gallery whilst being able to fully illustrate the building itself. All reception furniture and lighting was also custom made and designed by Anna Karlin.