The beautifully crafted sunlit kitchens at Baltic will leave you astonished, whether you are a seasoned chef or an amateur home cook. Every Baltic kitchen comes equipped with a Miele appliance package, Cristallo Gold quartz island and countertops, and custom walnut cabinetry. Baltic homes also come with oak floors with a dark smoky stain, waterworks fixtures in bathrooms, and master baths with steam showers and stone chevron floors.
The Facade installation at Baltic, JDS Development's new condo project in Park Slope, is underway. Designed by VOA Associates, Baltic showcases a unique golden-brick and glass exterior. Once completed, Baltic will feature 43 luxury apartments as well as about 3,000 square feet of retail space at the base. Residents of the building will enjoy amenities such as a fitness center, rooftop terrace with cinema, landscaped garden, and a private resident's lounge.
The newest hot spot in Brooklyn is a stretch of Fourth Avenue that links the booming neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Park Slope, and Gowanus in one convenient enclave. New retail and dining establishments in the area have been sprouting up in tandem with new developments offering high-end residential options. Buildings like Baltic, which will combine 5,500 square feet of retail space with 44 new luxury Park Slope condos for sale, are at the forefront of this Fourth Avenue revitilization.
The New York rooftop, once an inaccessible space or a private garden only for the upper-floor resident, has been reinvented as the most sought-after setting for social amenities, thanks to the latest round of residential developments in Brooklyn. The Park Slope condos at Baltic offer residents access to a fully landscaped rooftop terrace that includes an outdoor cinema and areas for lounging, barbecuing, and dining, all of which look out on greater Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline. Residents of these luxury Brooklyn condos will also have access to a 2nd-floor resident lounge that opens onto a landscaped garden and glassed-in fitness center.
Solid construction is an essential yet underappreciated aspect of New York residential real estate. The team working on Baltic, the newest condo project from JDS Development Group, has poured over every detail during each step of the process to ensure the structure will be a touchstone of Park Slope and Brooklyn real estate excellence for decades to come. When completed in 2017, Baltic will stand 11 stories tall and feature 44 luxury condos as well as a fully equipped fitness center and an outdoor cinema. Watch the Park Slope condos transformation from empty lot to luxury building in this timelapse video.
JDS Development’s Baltic has finally topped out at 11 stories and 119 feet at the corner of Baltic Street and 4th Avenue. When construction on the luxury Park Slope condos is complete in 2017, the VOA Architecture-designed mixed-use structure will house 44 two- and three-bedroom residences that average 1,339 square feet in size plus more than 5,300 square feet of retail and community space on the ground floor.
The developers of the Park Slope apartments for sale at Baltic are celebrating Brooklyn's artistic history by setting up the project’s sales office at 303 Bond Street in the former performance site of an artist collective. The new sales gallery for the 44-residence, JDS Development-backed luxury condo promises to retain the space's creative energy. In addition to housing information and resources for Baltic, the sales gallery also displays a number of commissioned sculptures by artist Anna Karlin that highlight the top-of-the-line materials used in the building’s construction.
The sales gallery for the 11-story Park Slope condo Baltic looks more like one of the borough’s many art galleries than a place to buy a home. The gallery features sculptures by artist Anna Karlin, who was commissioned to create works of art using materials from different elements of Baltic. While the pair of sculptures reflecting the master bathroom are constructed from Zeus, Silver Mink, walnut, and mirror, the hanging mobile inspired by the elevator is composed of walnut and brushed bronze. As a whole, the sculptures capture the subtle grace and elegant charm of Baltic’s quiet luxury.
A new residential building at 613 Baltic Street, continues to rise, currently standing at half its eventual 11-story height. The Park Slope condominium on 4th Avenue, dubbed Baltic after its cross street, has a brick facade designed to complement the neighborhood’s existing historic architecture. Upon completion, Baltic will house 44 apartments sporting luxury finishes and high ceilings. A rooftop terrace offering stunning views of Park Slope and downtown Brooklyn will include lounging and dining areas as well as an outdoor movie theater.
Brooklyn real estate usually offers a choice between a quaint, quiet neighborhood or the bustling pace of downtown. With the new Park Slope apartments at Baltic from JDS Development Group, however, residents can have the best of both worlds. In addition to bringing the luxury of downtown condos to brownstone Brooklyn, Baltic is located within easy walking and commuting distance of DoBro. At eleven stories high, it also affords panoramic views of the picturesque borough from the lounge and dining areas on its rooftop terrace.
A touch of modern luxury is coming to Park Slope in the form of Baltic, an 11-story residential project from JDS Development Group. The 44 luxury residences at Baltic will set a new standard for Brooklyn real estate with compelling attributes such as stained-oak floors, custom cabinets, quartz countertops, and skyline views from oversized windows. With amenities including a two-level landscaped garden, a fully equipped gym, and an outdoor cinema, Baltic is poised to bring the convenience and luxury of a downtown high-rise to the charming brownstone neighborhood of Park Slope.
Park Slope’s newest luxury condo development is on the rise. Baltic from JDS Development is set for completion in 2017, and the building’s two- and three-bedroom homes are already on the market. Offering convenient access to multiple subway lines and amenities ranging from a fully equipped fitness center to a roof deck complete with grills and dining areas, Baltic is poised to become the hottest residential property in the bustling borough.
JDS Development is redefining expectations of what a real estate sales space can be with their newly opened office at 303 Bond Street. The location, which is dedicated to selling residences at 613 Baltic (currently under construction in Park Slope) is home to a series of abstract sculptures crafted from the same materials as the property itself by artist and designer Anna Karlin. JDS aimed to do “something unique” with the sales office when they hired Karlin to use walnut, oak, granite, marble, and quartz to create these original works of art.
Brooklyn remains the borough of choice for many elite New York City homebuyers thanks to its architectural mix of historic structures and new residential buildings. JDS Development Group is adding its signature style to the Brooklyn skyline with the introduction of Baltic, a 44-residence luxury condominium project in Park Slope that features ample on-site parking, a stunning rooftop terrace, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and an outdoor cinema.
Brooklyn residents enjoy their dynamic borough for numerous reasons, from its shops and galleries to its variety of restaurants. It’s not surprising, then, that so many are intrigued by the newest Park Slope condos for sale at 613 Baltic Street. Known as Baltic, the development is adding a refined sensibility to a flourishing segment of Fourth Avenue. When complete, JDS's Brooklyn luxury condos will offer modern residences ranging in size from one to three bedrooms. Baltic is also outfitted with impressive amenities that include a landscaped garden and terrace, a residents’ rooftop lounge, a sun-filled fitness center, and ample bike storage.
Brooklyn will welcome a new luxury residential project from JDS Development Group on the corner of Baltic and Fourth Avenue next year. The Park Slope condos for sale feature outdoor space that is put to very good use. Amenities at Baltic will include a rooftop offering multiple dining areas with grills as well as an outdoor movie theater. There are also plans for a garden just off the lobby area in addition to a landscaped terrace designed to complement the residents’ lounge.
Brooklyn's storied Fourth Avenue has been experiencing a wave of new development lately. Top NYC real estate developer JDS Development Group's new 11-story Brooklyn luxury condos has taken shape at the corner of Fourth and Baltic Street, bringing an array of sought-after amenities to this vibrant Brooklyn neighborhood. Baltic's 44 apartments range from one-to three-bedrooms, and the condo offers multiple roof decks, an outdoor cinema, on-site parking, roof decks, and an outdoor cinema to Park Slope's evolving clientele. Sales of the one- to three-bedroom condos are set to launch as early as next week.
Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue is attracting of top New York City real estate developers like JDS Development Group, who are taking note of the area's proximity to multiple train lines, its epanding array of popular restaurants and boutiques, and the appeal of its nearest neighbors, Gowanu and Park Slope. The new crop of Brooklyn condos for sale in this vibrant enclave includes those at Baltic JDS Development's new 11-story, 44 residence building. Baltic features world-class amenities like a 24-hour doorman, a rooftop terrace and outdoor cinema, a fitness center, and a covered garden terrace.
The highly anticipated JDS Development project at 613 Baltic has begun to take shape. The new Park Slope condos for sale in Brooklyn will also be home to a massive ground-floor retial and community space below the 11-story strucuture's 44 luxury residences. As updated renderings of the project are revealed, Baltic is attracting buyers who will be able to begin the purchasing process early in 2016.
Brooklyn’s Park Slope is welcoming JDS Development Group’s newest high-end condominium development, Baltic. The Park Slope condos for sale feature the types of luxurious materials and amenities only offered by top real estate developers, and a covered resident drop-off provides added convenience to the exterior. Part of a collection that includes the Walker Tower and 111 West 57th Street, Baltic is attracting considerable attention among potential residents.
As Brooklyn continues to build its portfolio of high-end residential towers, New Yorkers are being lured by the same luxury amenities that Manhattan skyscrapers offer, but at a lower price per square foot. Among the top NYC real estate developers with compelling Brooklyn projects, JDS Development Group offers Park Slope condos for sale at 613 Baltic. Slated to open in 2017, Baltic will have more than 40 luxury residences.