Closings are now underway for One Prospect Park West, the historic condo renovation that broke Park Slope’s sales record with a $6.5 million penthouse. Now 60% sold and officially open to residents, the building is gearing up to unveil an impressive amenity collection this spring.
Buyers have been captivated by the development’s unique history as the former Knights of Columbus clubhouse built in 1925, spacious homes, proximity to Prospect Park and the opportunity to live in Workstead’s first residential building. Beyond the threshold of each residence are social spaces that foster community, nurture wellness and inspire the imagination.
The lobby leads to the library and children’s playroom where environments sequence and gradate into cozy, multi-purpose spaces with window seats that look out onto Grand Army Plaza. The library is set for gatherings, or solitary working, and cozy chairs long for casual conversations over chess moves and quality time with friends.
The rooftop is a wild and landscaped vision of hidden alcoves and secret gardens, where an edible landscape of herbs and fruits ask to be included in the next batch of home-cooking. ODA New York, the architects of the restoration of the building, has re-imagined the expected to cultivate intimacy, connection and play, with a reverence for beauty and elegant design principles. Source of One Prospect Park West and images Courtesy of M18 Public Relations.