AUTHENTIC ARTIST LOFT IN WILLIAMSBURG
Welcome to The Esquire Building! The Esquire Building, a converted shoe polish factory built in 1914 and converted to condominiums in the early 2000s, is the most prominent pre-war conversion and one of the most desirable and authentic loft buildings in Williamsburg.
This massive, 2,000 sq. ft., duplex loft features 18 ft. double height ceilings, exposed brick, poured concrete floors, an enormous walk-in-closet, oversized windows, a Juliet balcony and stunning city and river views. The open floor plan allows for countless configurations. The open kitchen contains an industrial six burner chefs stove, a dishwasher and a brushed aluminum refrigerator. The apartment also features two full bathrooms with an open plan master that encompasses a bear clawed soaking tub. The apartment also features central air, a washer, dryer, and incredibly low common charges. Most importantly, it is clear that this space has preserved the industrial look and integrity of a true loft and it is truly one of a kind.
The building features a rooftop terrace, geothermal climate system, small gardening plots, a composting center, pet washing room and video intercom entry.
The Esquire Building is located in the heart ...
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