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Welcome home to this elegantly proportioned and richly finished 1609 sqft Duplex Loft in Dumbo. Enter into an expansive Great Room with beautiful White Oak herringbone hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling casement windows that look out to a private enclosed 163 sqft outdoor space. The open kitchen is thoughtfully designed to have maximum storage capacity with a wall of custom cabinets. A chef's dream, there is a suite of Gaggenau appliances and gorgeous La Rochelle Gris marble slab counter tops. Move upstairs to find the sleeping quarters. The Master Suite is a spacious retreat overlooking the landscaped courtyard and boasts a walk-in closet. The ensuite bathroom has a gorgeous dark brown lacquer double vanity and features a spa-like glass enclosed Wet Room with rainhead shower and free standing tub. The second bedroom is equally bright and airy and another full bathroom completes the upper level. In-unit washer/ dryer and a powder room in the entry hall makes this home loft living at it's finest.
Fitness & Yoga Room
Pet Washing/Grooming Station
Large Capacity Laundry Room
51 Jay St: a collection of 75 condominiums set in a thoughtfully converted DUMBO warehouse. Designed by acclaimed architecture firm ODA, 51 Jay Street sets a new standard for living in DUMBO. Intensive study went into creating these residences that are both elegantly proportioned and highly functional, a rare combination in warehouse conversions.
Located in the heart of Dumbo, residents take advantage proximity to Brooklyn Bridge Park and the East River Ferry. Known for exceptional dining options and boutique shopping on old world cobble stone streets.
Nearby subways include A/C/F.
This is a Pre-war Loft home located in Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY. This home has 1,609 sqft with 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and was built in 1905.
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Prepare your eyes for a striking tableau of cobblestone streets, converted factories and girders that support the Manhattan Bridge. Among the most expensive neighborhoods, with amenities to match. Here, the local chocolate shop is Jacques Torres.