American Development Group, LLC (ADG) and Halstead Property Development Marketing announced the launch of sales at Park Union, the conversion of a historic, pre-war building into a luxury condominium development in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Located at 910 Union Street between 8th Avenue and Grand Army Plaza, Park Union was originally built in 1914 and has been transformed into 15 condominium residences.
The seven-story development is comprised of two one-bedroom, two two-bedroom and 11 three-bedroom homes, most of which have outdoor space and views of Grand Army Plaza.
Units range from 735 to 1,905 s/f, and have been initially priced from $799,000 to $2,295,000. Sales launched officially last week with the unveiling of a model home and an on-site sales office.
With the addition of four new stories and a complete gut-renovation of the interior of Park Union, the developers’ goal was to preserve as much of the original detailing as possible, while creating new construction in the Beaux-Arts architectural style.
Park Union is being developed by ADG, the same development team behind the successful 2011 Gramercy-area condominium development at 148 East 24th Street which Halstead Property Development Marketing sold out in less than a year.