One John Street is a Brooklyn new construction immediately located on the waterfront. Its unique address places it in Brooklyn Bridge Park, which affords its residences unique views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the East River, and Manhattan’s skyline. Residences take advantage of this fact with oversized windows and high ceilings. High-end finishes can be found throughout: bathrooms feature soaking tubs and glass showers, and kitchens are fitted with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.
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Serving as an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, the DUMBO neighborhood is located in two sections: One between Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge, and the other east of the Manhattan Bridge to Vinegar Hill. Rich in history, DUMBO reflects the old manufacturing factories and warehouses of Brooklyn’s industrial development. Many of these old factories have been converted in luxury lofts and condos which gives the neighborhood a unique character and presence of its own. DUMBO has developed into one of the premier art districts in New York City. With an array of art galleries throughout the area such Klompching Gallery and A.I.R Gallery, its no wonder this neighborhood is one of Brooklyn’s main cultural attractions. The DUMBO neighborhood also embraces a culinary presence such as the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory and a chocolate factory opened by Chef Jacques Torres in 2000. It is home to many local art festivals, music venues, restaurants, and cafes. Residents will have access to a number of bus and subway lines for an easy commute. Many of the buildings in DUMBO have been restored with modern finishes and amenities to provide residents with some of the best luxury living Brooklyn has to offer.
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Located at the intersection of Dumbo and Brooklyn Heights, the J Condominium at 100 Jay Street is a post-war high-rise designed by Gruzen Samton. Its location places it within walking distance of endless gourmet eateries and boutique shopping.
Located quite near the Brooklyn waterfront, 70 Washington Street is a pre-war luxury condominium building located in the beautiful DUMBO neighborhood. Thanks to the building’s proximity to the water, residents of the western units here get to enjoy stunning views of not just the Manhattan skyline, but also the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty.
Brooklyn has seen a number of new condominium projects rise up in the recent past, and 133 Water Street is one such construction that is particularly noteworthy. Located in the heart of one of Brooklyn’s most loved and treasured neighborhoods, this luxury condominium building situated at the corner of Brooklyn Bridge Park offers home hunters a choice of residences in one, two and three-bedroom sizes.
20 Henry Street actually refers to two buildings—the landmarked Middagh building and the newly constructed Poplar building. As a result, this address allows home hunters to choose between two different kinds of homes—from classic loft apartments to ultra-modern homes, this is one address where you can find both, with a private courtyard serving as an entrance to both of these fabulous buildings.
Located in the charming Vinegar Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, 102 Gold Street is a new luxury condominium building offering ten lovely residences for sale. Residents at 102 Gold Street will find that they are surrounded by restaurants, stores, gyms, markets and schools—everything you’d possibly need for a comfortable lifestyle in New York is located close to where you live.
Kirkman Lofts at 37 Bridge Street in Brooklyn repurposes the structure of the former Kirkman and Son Soap Company factory, commissioned in 1915. Its industrial history is apparent in the exposed I-beams and soap silos, which inform the shape and space of its residences, with their oak-plank floors and oversized windows adding to the reference. Wood reclaimed from the original factory are also used, continuing the motif. Located in historic DUMBO, the 7-story building enjoys rooftop views of both the Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridge, and proximity to the neighborhood's culture through restaurants, retail, and galleries.
205 Water Street, located in Brooklyn's Dumbo (Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass) features a LEED Gold certification and a prime spot in a neighborhood dominated by nineteenth century industrial architecture. The building houses 65 loft-like units with 10-foot ceilings and triple-paned windows.
185 Plymouth Street offers spacious lofts in Dumbo, emphasized by 13.5 ft ceilings. The former warehouse, whose own history spans a century, also features a private courtyard to which residences are privy, which is also observable from each unit’s glass curtain wall. The lofts maintain exposed brick and timber in the interiors, as well as oversized windows and wood flooring.
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