Waterfront living at the historic New York Dock Building in Red Hook. Built in 1910, this was the first reinforced steel and concrete building in the United States. The classic loft spaces endow these exceptional units with grand proportions, soaring 12'+ ceilings, and stunning views of the Manhattan Skyline, Harbor, and Brooklyn.
Residence 3B1, exemplifies loft living spread over 1,440 square feet with a private balcony offering outdoor space and views of Brooklyn. The home consists of 1 bedroom, 2 full bathrooms, and ample room for a home office. An expansive open living/dining/kitchen is ideal for cooking and entertaining.
Contemporary German kitchens by Bulthaup are equipped Miele appliances and sinks & faucets by Blanco. Bathrooms feature Italian Stone walls, Antonio Lupi sinks and vanities, custom millwork and back lit mirrors. Other features include exposed concrete ceilings, European White Oak wood flooring, custom oversized European doors, central heating & cooling systems and washer/dryers in each unit. These contemporary lofts include new full height steel windows and modern finishes, while retaining the building's original concrete structural expression with exposed ceilings and columns.
160 Imlay is a full-service building featuring a 24-hour doorman, a fitness center, building super-intendant, and a beautifully landscaped roof deck. Private storage and parking available to purchase.
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Building Features 6 Floors70 Units
$3,150,000 / $1,144 per ft²
Listed on Sep 27, 2020
33 Days on Market
3 Beds / 3.5 Baths / 2,753 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $3,712
Maintenance: $2,214 / R.E. Taxes $1,498
Exclusively listed with: Elliman Source: RLS
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