Built in 1929, this co-op building is comprised of 43 units on 15 floors. The building measures 80ft x 100 ft and resides on a 100ft x 100ft lot at the corner of President Street and Prospect Park West. The co-op was formed in 1979 and is today one of the most sought after, full service buildings in Brooklyn and NYC as a whole. This elevator building was designed in the Venetian style by architects Russell Boak and Hyman Paris, both former apprentices of Emery Roth. 9 Prospect Park West also features a 24 hour doorman, live-in superintendent, bike room and additional storage units. Please note, dogs are not allowed. Just across the street you will find Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza and The Saturday Farmer’s Market, all situated in the Park Slope neighborhood. Also close by is the Brooklyn Central Library, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, The Brooklyn Museum, and the 2,3,B and Q trains. The Barclays Center set to open in 2012 is a 20 minute walk down nearby Flatbush Avenue.
Description provided by Kris Sylvester
- Bike Room
- Live-in Super
- Storage Available
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