Sugar Hill Capital Partners has revealed the first rendering of One Prospect Park West, the conversion of Park Slope’s historic Knights of Columbus membership club, which was first built in 1925, into a luxury condominium. The conversion was designed by Workstead and is the design firm’s first-ever residential building. The building was originally built by the Knights of Columbus in 1925, the 10-story building served as a lavish hotel and club for members, replete with card rooms, a bowling alley, billiards room and a ballroom. One Prospect Park West will feature 63 condominium residences comprised mostly of two- to four-bedrooms with over 40 unique floor plans and locally-sourced design details that create a perfect balance between pre-war and modern design. Workstead has even created a new line of custom lighting inspired by One Prospect Park West, known as The Park Collection to be used throughout the building and residences. The unobstructed views of both Prospect Park and the New York City skyline are unprecedented for a condominium in prime Park Slope. Residents will enjoy a robust selection of amenities, including a private curated art gallery, residents’ club with spa-like features, and an expansive rooftop meadow designed by ODA New York, representing the distinguished New York-based architecture and design firm’s first landscape-only commission. Sales will launch this Spring, 2019, and are being overseen by a Douglas Elliman Development Marketing team led by Doug Bowen, Patty LaRocco, Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes.
Images via Binyan Studios (for rendering); One Prospect Park West (for historical photos)
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