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.
1 Main Street, DUMBO
The Clocktower is a 124 unit condominium that provides beautiful panoramic views in the exciting DUMBO neighborhood.
It is hard to believe that 70 Washington Street was once a DUMBO factory, as this 1915 building today contains 259 luxury condominium units featuring richly designed living spaces, modern kitchens, marble baths and much, much more, promising great lifestyles for you, your family and your pets as well.
205 Water Street features 65 loft-like units with 10-foot ceilings in Brooklyn's Dumbo neighborhood.
100 Jay Street, DUMBO
100 Jay Street is a new construction at the intersection of the Dumbo and Brooklyn Heights neighborhoods, positioning the J Condominium by some of Brooklyn's best dining, bars, and boutiques. Its smartly designed residences feature beautiful city views.
One John Street has a unique address in Brooklyn Bridge Park, which affords its residences unique views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the East River, and Manhattan’s skyline. This also places it by some of Dumbo’s best boutiques and dining.
37 Bridge Street, DUMBO
The exposed beams and silos of the former Kirkman and Son Soap Company factory help shape the spaces of these DUMBO residences.
102 Gold Street is a very new condominium development in the Vinegar Hill locality of Brooklyn. Since it has only ten residences for sale, this building is one of the more exclusive addresses in Brooklyn today.
The lofts of 185 Plymouth Street offer spacious residences with interiors exemplary of Brooklyn conversions.
185 York Street, DUMBO
City View Condominiums, located in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn, features 16 luxury apartments across 7 floors.
Located on the cobblestone streets of DUMBO, 133 Water Street is an impressive Brooklyn building that is filled with both attractive apartments and a host of useful amenities. Residents of this post-war building will also be delighted with the panoramic views they will be able to see in their homes.