A pre-war luxury Park Slope condo conversion by American Development Group has hit the market.

Park Union, located at 910 Union Street between Eighth Avenue and Grand Army Plaza, was originally built in 1914 and used to be a two-story Catholic School. The developer added five stories to the brick-and-masonry structure and created 15 one-, two- and three-bedroom units ranging from 735 square feet to 1,905 square feet.

The three units currently available are all three-bedroom, 2.5-baths priced from $1.625 million to $1.75 million. Prices in the entire building will start at $799,000 up to $2.29 million, according to The Real Deal.

Most of the homes will have multiple outdoor spaces, with oversized terraces overlooking Grand Army Plaza. The units will have stone showers with rain shower heads, custom oak floors, auxiliary freezers, dual-zone wine coolers and prewar-inspired finishes.

Amenities will include an anticipated 15-year 421a tax abatement, fitness room, children’s playroom, common roof terrace and bike storage. Halstead is marketing the residences.

Renderings below from the official site:

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