Checking in on Adam America’s Trio of Developments on a Single Boerum Hill Block

April 21, 2016

At the southern edge of Boerum Hill, where the quaint brownstone enclave meets Park Slope and Gowanus, a trio of sleek residential buildings is taking shape by developer Adam America Real Estate. Along a single block, bound by Third and Fourth Avenues and Baltic and Warren Streets, the Brooklyn-centric firm is busy constructing a 31-unit condo building at Six Ten Warren, a 70-unit rental at 595 Baltic Street, and a 21-unit rental 577 Baltic Street. 6sqft visited the block to see how construction is progressing and put together all the renderings and details for the projects.

Six Ten Warren
Issac & Strern Architects and Paris Forino Design
7 stories | 87 feet tall
Residential condominium
31 units | 47,050 gross square feet
Under construction: Early 2017

Brooklyn condos, Park Slop condos, JDS Developments

610 warren street


The Warren Street building is now nearly topped off at seven stories and will house 31 one- to four-bedroom condos averaging 1,150 square feet in area. The 40,000-square-foot development designed by Issac & Strern Architects will be clad in a timeless roman brick facade with projecting metal window surrounds. Australia-born interior designer Paris Forino will handle the interiors and homes will range from one-bedrooms with home offices to two townhouse-style garden duplexes and a triplex penthouses. Amenities will include a common rooftop terrace with outdoor barbecue area, fitness room, pet grooming station, children’s playroom, resident’s lounge with a screening area, kitchen, private parking garage with electric car changing stations, bicycle storage and a 24-hour attended lobby. Private storage and rooftop cabanas will be available for purchase. Sales will officially launch later this spring and prices are expected to begin at $950,000.


595 Baltic Street
ND Architecture and Design PC
9 stories | 92 feet tall
Residential rental
70 units | 66,403 gross square feet
Under construction: Late 2016

ND Architects, Brooklyn rentals, Boerum Hill Development

ND Architects, Brooklyn rentals, Boerum Hill Development

595 Baltic Street 2

Boerum Hill apartments

Directly behind Six Ten Warren, an eclectic 70-unit rental building 595 Baltic Street is busy getting its skin and its interior fit out. The nine-floor, 66,000-square-foot building is designed by Nataliya Donskoy-led ND Architecture and Design PC and features a heterogeneous exterior of charcoal brick, orange panels, and expansive areas of window walls fronted by glass balconies. The periscopic two upper levels will be clad in orange and grey and house two duplex penthouses with views over Brooklyn. The seventh floor roof will have a common recreational space with outdoor exercise and lounge area, and the ground level will hold on-site parking for 34 vehicles and 1,500 square feet of commercial space.


577 Baltic Street
Issac & Strern Architects
7 stories | 87 feet tall
Residential rental
21 units | 23,954 gross square feet
Under construction: Late 2016

Brooklyn condos, Park Slope condos, JDS Developments, Boerum Hill

Another rendering, matching the one posted on the construction fence, shows the exterior with orange accents.

577 Baltic Street - ND Arch

610 warren street

Last and smallest is AARE’s 24,000-square-foot, 21-unit rental building at 577 Baltic Street. Now topped out, the seven-story composite steel and concrete structure was purchased by the developers for just $1.2 million in 2014 and replaces a one-story garage. Its humdrum grey exterior has also been designed by the prolific Issac & Stern Architects. Amenities include a 14-car garage, a roof deck and bike storage.

Brooklyn condos, Park Slop condos, JDS Developments, VOA Associates

Park Slope condos

The developments are among a handful Adam America and other developers are erecting along the upzoned Fourth Avenue corridor. Just across Fourth Avenue, JDS Development’s upcoming 11-story condominium at 613 Baltic Street has made its way above street level and its 41 units will ask between $900,000 and over $3 million. According to CityRealty, the median asking price of Boerum Hill condos stands at $1,051 per square foot. These three parcels are just four blocks south of Brooklyn’s busiest transit hub, Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center, near the restaurants and mom and pops of Park Slope, and close to a number of artistic hotspots in Gowanus.

Find future listings for Six Ten Warren, 595 Baltic Street, and 577 Baltic Street, Baltic Park Slope at CityRealty.


All renderings © Adam America Real Estate; Construction shots via 6sqft

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