Located at 243 Fourth Avenue, Parlour, the first new development condominium in Brooklyn designed by INC Architecture & Design, has unveiled the ASH NYC designed model home. Parlour’s signature exterior is characterized by solid and void design. Its façade of arched windows is inspired by the signature arched bridges in Prospect Park and a nod to the historic identity they bring to the modern age.
The three-bedroom residence is one of 19 homes in the boutique 12-story building, all of which have at least one private outdoor space. ASH NYC embraced the curved form throughout the residence as a nod to Parlour’s architecture, using various furniture pieces and mirrors, such as those by Bower Studios. The main living and dining areas feature upholstered furniture in bright shades with accents of deep green, brass and hints of black to bring out the elegance of the residence while celebrating a sense of warmth and softness.
A glass-legged table in the dining area appears to float in the flowing dining space, graciously accommodating seating for eight guests. A brass and black light fixture was selected to embrace the accents in the living area, telling a continuous story in open plan.
The master bedroom is filled with neutral warm tones and a mix of textures and fabrics, while the second bedroom features many different shades of blue for a slightly cooler experience. The room includes two beds and two separate desks, which could appeal to out of town guests or a growing family. In the office off the main living area, ASH used deeper tones and bold light fixtures to create a sense of depth.
Parlour’s large arched windows are imported from Europe. The mullion-free casement windows range from 6-feet to 8-feet tall and are fabricated with a double-pane glass set in a wood interior frame and an exterior aluminum sill. Ceilings are nine feet in living areas, and up to 10 feet in select residences.
Direct-vent kitchens at Parlour come with an expanded pantry area, dual ovens as part of the Miele appliance packages, in-sink garbage disposals, wine coolers or refrigerators and a custom baking garage. Imported from Italy, they feature a wall of custom Italian cabinetry with a combination of rift-sawn white oak veneer, white lacquer millwork.
Parlour’s master baths are refined with a sculptural soaking tub with non-lacquered brass trim and Breccia Classico marble edging, herringbone-patterned Nero Marquina marble flooring, and Breccia Imperiale marble tiling adorning the bath and shower, along with underfloor radiant heating. Residences also feature secondary baths and powder rooms.
Amenities include an attended lobby, lounge, third-floor fitness center, children’s playroom, common terrace with a full outdoor kitchen, bicycle storage, resident storage, bicycle storage and dedicated package storage. Private rooftop terraces for select residences offer additional space for entertaining.
The Aguayo Team at Halstead Development Marketing is handling exclusive marketing and sales. The sales gallery is located at 249 Fourth Avenue, in Park Slope. Residences at Parlour are priced starting from $1.7 million.
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