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The Brooklyn Home Company (TBHCo) has completed their transformation of 524 Halsey Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The AD PRO Directory design and development firm created 31 condominiums from the landmarked 19th-century building, which was originally a stable for the Moser Palace Carriage Company, and was known as Opera Stables.

The building contains a variety of one- to three-bedroom configurations, including single-level units, duplexes, penthouses, and a pair of town houses. The kitchens feature custom cabinetry, Bianco Carrara marble countertops, integrated appliances, and a Bertazzoni Professional induction range. The bathrooms sparkle with Waterworks nickel fixtures and Bianco Carrara marble again for the floor, walls, and countertops as well. Many of the units have a private terrace or garden space. Along with crafting the residences, the Brooklyn Home Company restored the building’s brick façade and stone rubble foundation. Amenities include a landscaped roof deck and a home gym, as well as a doorman and concierge services. Original artwork by local photographer Humza Deas will appear throughout the building.

“524 Halsey Street is a seamless blend of old and new,” Bill Caleo, cofounder of TBHCo, said in a statement shared with AD PRO. “We worked closely with the Landmarks Preservation Commission to thoughtfully breathe new life into this historic structure, without sacrificing the original stable details and craftsmanship that make the building special. We are proud to pay homage to the building’s history and excited to unveil these distinguished homes to prospective buyers.” Lindsay Barton Barrett of the Lindsay Barton Barrett Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate is handling sales exclusively. Prices begin at $985,000.


SO-IL completes the façade of its next Brooklyn building, Nine Chapel

Nine Chapel’s architecture contrast with the surrounding Brooklyn façades, including the Cathedra Basilica of St. James, pictured above.

Photo: Valeria Flores

The developers at Tankhouse and architects SO-IL have already made a lasting impression on Brooklyn residential design with their indoor-outdoor boutique residential property 450 Warren, which was completed in 2022. The collaborators have two more Brooklyn buildings in construction right now: Nine Chapel and 144 Vanderbilt. The former, a 14-story structure, has now officially completed its façade.

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