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  1. #16

    Default 11 Irving Place

    stealing my thread huh?...nice job though.
    Check out some more Clinton Hill pictures here:
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    http://www.pbase.com/warrenmark/clinton

    Project # 8

    11 Irving Place
    4 stories 45 feet
    Bricolage Designs
    Dev-Merrick Homes
    Residential
    8 units 7,500 Sq. Ft
    Completed 2003-Late 2004
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  2. #17

    Default 354 Franklin Avenue

    Project #9

    354 Franklin Avenue
    4 stories 55 feet
    Scarano & Associates Architects
    Dev-Kanovsky Donny Partner
    Residential
    6 units 8,579 Sq. Ft
    Proposed 2005-?



    http://www.scaranoarchitects.com/

    The intersection of two streets provides a pale context for this modernist icon. In an area that is home to a mix of residential and industrial buildings, the development seeks to provide a striking composition with austere and elegant design. The large expanses of glass are framed by a ribbon of stone that undulates around the main fa e like a snake through a garden. This stone feature provides both relief and tension as it moves up and around the facade.

    With only six units the development is small but every unit is packed with amenities which include individual parking garages, cellar storage spaces and recreation rooms, outdoor terraces and balconies, and multi-height living and sleeping areas. The second and third floor apartments have mezzanine spaces which create an additional multipurpose space for the owner. Direct access to rooftop gardens for the third floor apartments provide a triplex feel to the units, while the second floor has direct access to both the first and cellar levels and outdoor space.

    In today's competitive real estate market interesting facade designs and dynamic interior spaces are a sure way to sell apartments at premium prices per square foot.
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  3. #18

    Default Clinton Court

    Project #10

    Clinton Court
    523-535 Clinton Avenue
    7 stories
    Scarano & Associates Architects
    Dev-David Weiss
    Residential Condominiums
    35 units
    Under Construction 2004-2006



    http://www.scaranoarchitects.com/

    Utilizing existing buildings can be a daunting undertaking when the aesthetic character contradicts a modern vernacular. This existing structure presented such a challenge.
    Built to house a population of 50 children, this modest 1930's two story brick building, represented an institutional style inherent in buildings of that period. By maintaining the original facade and enveloping it in the new addition, its historic nature could be preserved and a design was created that acts as a backdrop to this small jewel.

    A simple palette of modern finishes, including brick and metal panels, provide a clean, minimalist backdrop to the remaining structure. Large expanses of glass and high ceilings give the new apartments a light and airy feeling. Other amenities include a full service parking garage, exercise and meeting rooms, outdoor recreation decks, Italian kitchen and bath cabinetry, European fixtures and marble and granite finishes.

    A large medical office at the first floor makes this a mixed use development.
    These new residential opportunities into the Clinton Hill Historic District will assist with the stability of the area.
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    Thumbs up Scarano Design Team

    I love SCARANO & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS designs.

  5. #20

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    There seems to be a lot of new and interesting buildings going up in Clinton Hill.

  6. #21

    Default 800 Bedford Avenue

    Project # 11

    800 Bedford Avenue
    5 stories 70 feet
    Karl Fischer Architects
    Dev-Stern Esther
    Residential
    10 units 30,872 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2004


    Formerly an auto dealership and it's built for the Hasidic Jewish community.
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    Project # 12

    829-831 Bedford Avenue
    5 stories 70 feet
    Scarano Associates
    Dev-Future Development & Construction
    Residential/Mixed Use
    4 units 17,383 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2004-2006


    829-831 Bedford Avenue

    http://www.scaranoarchitects.com/

    Bedford Avenue is fast becoming a prime housing and commercial area for this burgeoning group. Long a major traffic artery, the avenue was modified to one- way northbound traffic several years ago in an attempt to relieve congestion and move vehicles to the downtown Brooklyn core.

    A housing stock of older prewar apartment buildings, row houses and a mix of commercial and industrial buildings make the avenue an eclectic palette of facades, uses and materials.

    It was paramount to create a mixed-use building, able to house large families and provide much needed commercial space. A building fa e integrating contextual detailing in a modern package allows new and old to co-exist together.

    Traditional materials of masonry and stone blend together with metal paneling and synthetic stucco. Distinct facades create a look attractive to residential as well as commercial owners. Outdoor space, including large roof terraces and balconies, provide an amenity, which is more a necessity within this religious culture.

    The success of the project is enhanced by its ability to be contextual with its neighbors, helping to make a transition between the heights of the adjacent buildings.
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  8. #23

    Default 675 Myrtle Avenue

    Project # 13

    675 Myrtle Avenue
    5 stories 55 feet
    Bricolage Designs
    Dev-Abe Lichtenstein
    Resdiential
    10 units 15,000 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2004



    Gulcrapek posted a picture of this before. I don't think they're ever going to add the balconies.
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  9. #24

    Default 71 Lexington Avenue

    Project #14

    71 Lexington Avenue
    4 stories 40 feet
    Sandor Weiss
    Dev-Kozlik Shlomo
    Residential
    5 units 5,600 Sq. Ft
    Under Construction 2003-Early 2005
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    Sandor Weiss loves to maker the chintzy concrete quoins... a block away from me is another of his wonderful works.

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    Exclamation 71 Lexington Avenue

    Project #14

    Hey Derek2k3 whats the deal with this building? What month of the year is this building going to be completed?

  12. #27

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    Not sure. Probably by the end of next month.

  13. #28

    Default Clinton Hill Village

    Project #15 & 16

    Clinton Hill Village I
    963 Kent Avenue
    3/4 stories 35 feet
    Bricolage Designs
    Dev-Boinich Development LLC
    Residential Condominiums
    3 units 5,500 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2002-2004

    Clinton Hill Village II
    963 Kent Avenue
    3/4 stories 35 feet
    Bricolage Designs
    Dev-Boinich Development LLC
    Residential Condominiums
    3 units 5,500 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2002-2004




    http://www.bushburg.com/details.php?bldgID=123

    “Clinton Hill Village” is nestled in the vastly growing neighborhood of Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. In its long history, Clinton Hill has found itself at the height of social, artistic, and cultural awareness. Even today, one can expect to find a plethora of diverse culture, art, community resources, educational institutions, and recreational areas. "Clinton Hill Village" is within walking distance to the Pratt Insitute, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Fort Greene Park. Clinton Hill Village lies at the heart of convenience for the commuter, the shopper, and anyone who needs close proximity to the necessities of everyday life, all within reach via public transportation (subway-G train @ Classon Ave. or bus- B38, B48, B54) or car. Call (718)417-1616
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    Ugh... a gated community? And nasty design to go with that, though that's what Bricolage does.

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    Yikes, that is truly heinous. It looks like one of the apartment complexes that make frequent appearances on COPS.

    Those big iron gates to the outside world really exemplify Clinton Hill's "social and cultural awareness".

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