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Brownstoner: 72 Poplar Renovation Plans Approved

“A tipster” said the City’s Department of Buildings has approved the plans of Daten Group LLP, who purchased the former police building at 72 Poplar Street last May for $7.5 million, to convert the building for residential use.

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Modifications to 72 Poplar on CB2 Executive Committee Agenda Tomorrow Evening

The plans of the development company that bought 72 Poplar Street, the former NYPD building (see photo), will be considered at the meeting of the Executive Committee of Community Board 2 tomorrow (Monday, January 23) evening, starting at 6:00, at the Library Learning Center, room 515, of Long Island University, at DeKalb and Hudson Avenues.

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Former Precinct House at 72 Poplar Sold to Developer

As reported by Brownstoner, the former police building at 72 Poplar Street, between Henry and Hicks, which has been vacant for some years, has been sold by the previous owner, who bought it at a city auction for $9.6 million seven years ago but whose plans to add two additional stories as part of a […]

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Reconsidering —again — 72 Poplar

Owners behind the 72 Poplar Street conversion project have been sent back to the drawing board once again. Last week, the Landmarks Preservation Commission “strongly recommended” that the owners behind a plan to convert the former precinct house into a rental building rethink their designs. “The commissioners felt that the addition was too big and […]

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Renderings of the New 72 Poplar

Regal Investments, the developers behind 72 Poplar Street, have provided us with renderings from architect Andrew Friedman of their new plan for  a  “luxury market-rate rental” property there.

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Designs for 72 Poplar St., and other CB2 land use meeting recaps

Lots of exciting votes came out of tonight’s Community Board 2 Land Use committee meeting. For starters, there are plans to reconfigure 72 Poplar St., the former 84th Precinct station house, into 24 luxury, market-rate rental apartments. The developer — Regal Investments — has revised its 2007 plan and the building’s reconstruction now includes a […]

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Poplar Precinct Condos Hit Market with Top Price Near $4 Million

BuzzBuzz Home reports that units at the former police precinct at 72 Poplar Street are on the market. Prices range from “$2.55 million for a 1,877-square-foot three-bedroom to $3.995 million for a 2,000-square-foot penthouse,” the site reports. Apartments feature top of the line appliances and interior design by Richard Mishaan. Sales were originally rumored to […]

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Here Are The Interior Renderings For The Poplar Precinct Condo Project In Brooklyn Heights

While we were digging the Finkmobile out of its Poplar Street ice palace earlier this week, the renderings of the former NYPD precinct at 72 Poplar were released. So are these designs fit for the “urban hipsters” the developers are targeting? Curbed: 72 Poplar Street, the Brooklyn Heights police station that is being converted into […]

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Poplar Street Precinct Condos To Go On Sale This Fall, Targets “Urban Hipsters” [Video]

Our man with a cam Karl Junkersfeld ponders the meaning of condos going on sale at the renovated 72 Poplar Street Precinct in Brooklyn Heights in his latest video. The 72 Poplar website is now live. Curbed reported yesterday that units will go on sale this fall: Designed, by Freyer Architects, the 14 units will […]

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NYT Profiles Brooklyn Heights’ Real Estate Evolution

The New York Times offers an 1,100-word profile in its Real Estate section about potential evolution in Brooklyn Heights, as a number of new projects change the face of its brownstone persona. The story by Constance Rosenblum opens: “That enclave of impeccably restored brownstones lining narrow, leafy streets has long been immune to the buzzy […]

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