This west-facing residence overlooking Downtown Brooklyn has an open plan and luxurious master suite, second bedroom with a HUGE walk-in closet, and large kitchen with dining area.
With interiors designed by ODA New York, The Brooklyn Grove features a subtle mingling of organic materials and lush textures. Each room offers unexpected touches and welcome surprises including wide plank oak flooring throughout. In the kitchen, custom rift oak cabinetry strikes a distinct contrast against the concrete-hued Caesarstone countertop, Taj Mahal stone backsplash, and antique brass hardware. The elegance of the master bathroom is perfected with two types of marble and stone mingling to create a neutral palette that lets the world fall away. A composition of Santa Marina stone tile walls, Waterworks fixtures, and oak vanity with Fior di Bosco countertops complete the bath.
A new kind of building has taken root in Downtown Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Grove’s facade makes a statement along Nevins Street, featuring subtly glaze brick and distinctive windows that draw the eye upwards. Reminiscent of an ancient Japanese temple, the inviting attended lobby is rich in thoughtful materiality, with sightlines to Grove Place and beyond. Cutting-edge ...
Fort Greene has a lot to offer.
It is both a beautiful brownstone neighborhood and an incredibly rich cultural center with fabulous restaurants, flea markets, world-renowned performance spaces, trendy boutiques, and a rich literary and artistic tradition. The neighborhood is home to the Brooklyn Academy of Arts, the country’s oldest performing arts venue. Histori ... read more