200 Water Street, a boutique condominium offers a limited collection of 15 gallery style residences, creating a desirable sense of intimacy and exclusivity. Located in Brooklyn's historic Dumbo neighborhood, this former Brillo factory was termed a daylight factory because of its walls of windows and ceiling heights up to fourteen feet.
Residence 4C features twelve foot ceilings, nine foot doors throughout, a thirty-one foot long great room, seven-inch radiant heated prime grade Siberian white oak flooring, and an etched glass walk-in closet. The mullioned windows measure twenty feet by nine feet, and flood the apartment with southern light. Highly engineered sliding walls replace conventional doors in areas where the architect wanted the light to fill the home with natural light.
The kitchen boasts a large pantry and world class appliances, including refrigerator and wine cooler by Sub Zero and range by Wolf. Countertops and backsplash made of Montclair Denby marble are complimented by a polished chrome Hansgrohe faucet. The richly appointed master bathroom features textured glass shower enclosures with polished chrome Hansgrohe fixtures, hexagonal Blanco Carrarra mosaic wall and floor tiles, an Italian white ceramic wall-mounted ...
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