Brooklyn, NY NRIA, a NJ-based real estate developer, has completed a brownstone condominium conversion in the Park Slope neighborhood.
184 Lincoln Place has been transformed from a four-unit building into two oversized condominium units. The developer restored the building’s exterior including the façade, added back the historical front building stoop and stairs and replaced all the windows with new landmarked approved windows. Similarly, the interiors of both residences were re-imagined and renovated. These expertly crafted, never before lived in units present the perfect alternative to a townhouse in the neighborhood with lower carrying costs and equally matched privacy.
Situated between Seventh and Eighth Aves., both light-filled units at 184 Lincoln Place offer wide-plank wood flooring throughout, Mitsubishi Hyper Heat and central air conditioning dual system, full size Samsung washer and vented gas dryers and video intercom systems.
A true chef’s delight, both kitchens are expansive and handsomely outfitted with dramatic gray and white veined Calacatta Laza Quartz countertops with matching slab backsplashes, integrated custom kitchen cabinetry and large islands with waterfall edges for dining and prep, deep stainless steel sinks with Grohe fixtures, Wolf stainless steel gas ranges with professional level ventilation and LED lighting, Bosch dishwashers and Subzero refrigerators. Master bathrooms are spacious, spa-like sanctuaries, furnished with floor to ceiling Carrara Marble tile, glass enclosed Kohler showers with gold or chrome rain shower head fixtures and body sprays systems, Kohler sinks, Toto toilets and elegant marble vanity countertops. Secondary bathrooms similarly include a suite of Kohler and Toto fixtures including Jacuzzi bathtub and Porcelanosa vanities. Powder rooms were designed with tiled accent walls and Kohler and Toto fixtures.
Project Team Members:
- Architect: Ben Herzog Architect, PC & Think! Architecture and Design, PLLC
- Interiors/Staging: Stage One NYC
- General Contractor: US Construction Inc.