Status: rented by bam
138 Broadway, #5A
Our Thoughts: The Smith Gray Building is an early, significantly intact, cast-iron loft building standing on the corner of Broadway and Bedford Avenue. The 6-story historic property was constructed in 1902. The buildings facade features tiered upper stories with segmented fenestration framed by Corinthian columns and pilasters. The Smith Gray has unique historical & aesthetic value as part of the development, heritage, and cultural characteristics of New York City. This particular 875 sq.ft. one bedroom is perched on the 5th floor corner, and includes a balcony and in-unit storage closet. The large loft is ideal for any professional or couple looking for a home with timeless style, as this home includes exposed brick, piping, beams, tall wooden ceiling, and more beautiful timeless qualities. The communal rooftop is nicely furnished, showcasing amazing views of the Manhattan & Brooklyn skyline.
A former artists’ enclave, Williamsburg is an ultra-trendy neighborhood in Brooklyn that draws the young and the fashionable from around the world.
Known for being the birthplace of NYC’s hipster movement and its close proximity to Manhattan, Williamsburg has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Brooklyn. The old factories from its industrial past have been converted into gorgeous lofts; luxury high-rises with stunning Manhattan views line the waterfront; and boutique condos are mixed among townhouses and old tenement buildings. While the neighborhood continues to evolve wit ... read more