The 2018 Brick in Architecture Awards have been announced with 19 projects were selected from residential, commercial, landscape and retail categories. Baltic, a new condo for sale in Park Slope Brooklyn was one such recipient of the award.
CEO of BIA, Ray Leonhard noted “Fired-clay brick offers unlimited aesthetic flexibility, and is an integral part of any sustainable, low maintenance building strategy”.
Michael Stern, Founder & Managing Partner of JDS Development Group discusses the company’s strategy and key projects and their consideration of timing, location and assembling the right team to take on new projects.
Cathy Hobbs host of Design Recipes and celebrity designer,gets an exclusive tour of Baltic, an exciting new condo development for sale in Park Slope Brooklyn.
As Baltic Park Slope rose, developer JDS Development worked to respect this “idyllic neighborhood with a rich history” with its newest project, a condo for sale in Park Slope Brooklyn. As construction winds down, a site visit revealed that the resulting 11-story condominium is among the tallest in the neighborhood, yet its golden grey brick design with oversized, metal-framed windows by VOA Associates allows it to fit in well with its surroundings. Architecture critic Carter Horsley describes it as “discreet from a distance, but quite luxurious up close.”
Baltic, a new condo in Brooklyn developed by JDS Development Group prepares to welcome its first residents, the development group has unveiled the first completed residence. The 11-story building, now nearing completion is located at the intersection of Baltic Street and Fourth Avenue in Park Slope and offers a variety of new condos in an exciting part of Brooklyn.
The JDS wunderkind on getting kicked out of yeshiva, his latest projects and the truth about Billionaires' Row
Ms. Clark went to work in the marketing department of JDS Development Group two years ago where she is now a director. While she is charged with compiling brochures, managing agents and drumming up publicity for the firms projects, she prefers to spend her time in libraries and the dusty archives of architectural firms. There she unearths the blueprints, photos, maps and documents that guide JDS projects, whether or not they involve historical buildings.