The Mill represents the text-book definition of a classic Brooklyn loft, showing off massive exposed wooden beams, well maintained angular laid wooden floors, exposed brick, and tons of square feet to walk on. The loft condominium was erected in 1910, operating as a lithography company. In 2009 Fifield Piaker Elman Architects redesigned the factory into residential lofts, with 28 different floor plans. All the lofts feature oversized chef’s kitchens, designed by OnViu, with a Wolf range & SubZero fridge, subway & marble tiled spacious bathrooms, solid timber columns, and tall ceilings; some have balconies and rooftop cabanas. The 6 story brick building offers some of the largest condo-loft residencies in North Brooklyn, with the majority of homes ranging from 1,800 to over 2,200 interior square feet.