This fabulous south-facing loft, located in the landmarked DUMBO Historic District, combines beautiful original prewar details such as exposed brick walls and cast iron columns, with the best of modern conveniences. The flexible open lay-out features a chef's kitchen with stainless steel appliances including a Samsung French Door refrigerator, a large dining space, an expansive living room area, and a cozy sleeping alcove. The enclosed home office can be configured as a dressing room or an additional sleeping space. The large walk-in closet off the entryway houses abundant storage space and a new stackable washer and dryer. Smart home with hard-wired Lutron Caseta smart light switches throughout.
This home offers a wealth of configuration possibilities - one can easily create a custom layout, convert to a one bedroom or enjoy the current, open layout.
50 Bridge Street is one of the original pre-war loft condominium conversions in DUMBO. Converted in 2004, 50 Bridge Street offers numerous amenities including a doorman (8 AM to 8 PM), live-in super, locked package room, laundry room, basement storage units for rent, bike storage, parking garage, and a renovated roof deck with spectacular Manhattan, river and bridge views, and downtown ...
DUMBO (short for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) was once an industrial area and has since become one of the borough’s toniest neighborhoods.
Its late 19th-century warehouses have been converted into luxury condominiums that line the cobblestone streets along with opulent new developments and amenity-filled rental buildings. Outdoor activities are made easy in the award-winning Brooklyn Bridge Park where kayaking, “rock” climbing, and soccer are just a few of the many offerings. If you’re feeling lazy, take a ride on Jane’s historical carousel or grab an ice cream at the Brooklyn ... read more