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Adam America files plans for 72-unit luxury apartment tower at Boerum Hill church site

Adam America has filed plans for a 72-unit luxury apartment building at 24 Fourth Avenue in Boreum Hill.

According to a permit application filed with the Department of Buildings, the company is looking to build a 12-story tower at the former location of Church of the Redeemer near Barclays Center. The proposed structure will have 73,127 s/f of residential space, 6,657 s/f of commercial space and 410 s/f for a community facility. If approved as proposed, the building will have a height of 124 feet.

Plans call for 12 apartment units at the second, third and fourth floor. The number of units go down to three apartments each at the 11th and 12th floors. Planned amenities in the tower include a gym at the basement, an outdoor recreation area at the second floor and the roof and a dog spa in the cellar.

Adam America has two condominium properties in Boerum Hill. The Nevins, located at 319 Schermerhorn, is a 21-story tower designed by Issac & Stern. Adam America developed the building with Naveh Shuster Group. The company also built State + Bond, a six-story property at 75 Bond Street.  All of the five townhouses at the Ben Hansen-designed development are already in contract.

ODA Architecture is the architect of record for the project.

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