Baltic Park Slope in New York City

613 Baltic Street, NY 11217
ID: 11471
Units: 44
Stories: 11
Bedrooms: 1 - 3
Sq. ft. Range: 1,356

About Baltic Park Slope

Want to rent housing in Brooklyn (NY) in the heart of Park Slope? Baltic Park Slope is a luxury condominium development by JDS Development Group and Largo. New building is located at the intersection 4th Avenue and Baltic Street. Construction started in 2015 and completed in 2017. Property sales price from $1 480 000 to $2 200 000. An average sales price is $1 464 per square foot of the real estate. A condo has 11 stories and a total number of 44 units. Minimum unit size is 1 026 square feet, maximum - 1 356 square feet. Each unit has from 1 to 3 bedrooms. The architect of Baltic Park Slope is VOA. New residential structure offer a sophisticated design and fine finishes. The construction is made of unique bricks in combination with marble, granite and quartz. Rich stained oak and walnut timber complete the finish. There are all desirable services and amenities on the territory: doorman, spacious lobby, serene garden, light-filled fitness center, one-site parking, outdoor cinema, residents lounge and terrace, rooftop terrace. A magnificent view on the city opens from above. Take s chance to live in a newly boutique building at 613 Baltic Street - choose a superior construction quality of Baltic Park Slope.

Amenities of Baltic Park Slope

  • Doorman
  • Fitness Center
  • Garden
  • Lobby
  • On-site Parking
  • Outdoor Cinema
  • Residents Lounge and Terrace
  • Rooftop Terrace

Baltic Park Slope Team

Developer JDS Development Group and  Largo
Architect VOA
Sales Company Brown Harris Stevens

Plans & Pricing


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Housing Type: Condo
Construction status: Completed
Completed In: Summer 2017