Floor to ceiling windows.
51 Jay Street sets a new standard for living in DUMBO. Intensive study went into creating this 2 BR/2.5 bath loft that is both elegantly proportioned and highly functional, a rare combination in warehouse conversions. Looking out over Dumbo's historic streets, this spacious 1382 SF residence is beautifully laid out and is loft living at its finest. In a nod to the charm of its industrial roots, the living room features great dimensions, expansive casement windows, and oak herringbone floors. The two bedrooms, each with an en-suite full bath, showcase blackened steel frame windows that bring in abundant western light. An elegant powder room and laundry room round out this home.
Every detail throughout this loft speaks of expert craftsmanship and fine materials that exude the industrial charm of the building. Oversized kitchens include dramatic custom cabinetry by Aster Cucine, La Rochelle Gris marble slab countertops, and a suite of Gaggenau appliances. Luxuriously appointed master bathrooms feature lacquered dark brown vanities with copper detailing, walnut brown marble flooring, and a glass-enclosed wet room with walk-in shower and soaking tub.
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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