130 Jackson Street, Williamsburg
Dating from 1863, the Jackson Foundry Lofts are a truly unique property juxtaposed against the modern glass towers that also define Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Originally constructed during the Civil War as a munitions factory, the property has seen several incarnations from factory to printing house to book depository. Reimagined in 2007 by the visionaries at Standard Architects, the lofts’ modern refinish is complimented by 150yr old details that are truly timeless. Additionally, special attention was given to sound attenuation in between the Jackson Foundry’s loft units, ensuring privacy. 3 ground floor units are duplexed with private backyards, two of which include enormous reinforced smoke stacks. 364 Manhattan Ave is attached to 130 Jackson St and they together comprise the condominium.