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If you are searching for a unique and quiet loft space in Brooklyn's most sought after waterfront neighborhood then you just found it. 50 Bridge Street, built in 1907 as a warehouse, offers authentic loft living in the landmark historic district of Dumbo, on the quiet, cobble stoned intersection of Bridge and Water Street. This generous 1259 SF apartment with 10' 3" ceiling height is configured as a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment and has been renovated meticulously with style and grace to create a warm and modern home. The great room is over 30' long creating a dramatic and flowing living area for dining and relaxing. The open kitchen is ideal for entertaining. The ceiling beams are exposed, complemented by a beautiful partial tin ceiling. Full professional soundproofing was installed so that the charming open beam aesthetic does not come at the expense of comfort. The master bedroom suite is separated by a stunning steel and glass sliding wall hand crafted by Dumbo artisan Mark Jupiter and comes with a newly installed bathroom with a deep cast iron soaking tub, stone deck and radiant floor heating and open plan closet system. The second bathroom is also completely renovated with a stall shower and the luxury of radiant floor heating. The second bedroom is Queen sized and benefits from light from both a new window and transom. The exposed brick wall in the living room contains bespoke built in shelving, again from the acclaimed Mark Jupiter. Other upgrades include new windows throughout, exhaust ducting that is easily connected to a range hood if you wish, new, high efficiency A/C unit in the living room and front bedroom and new water heater and a washer dryer. 50 Bridge is 3 blocks to the F train, a few short blocks to Brooklyn Bridge Park and away from the noise of the bridge and trains, yet easily accessible to all the amenities including the weekly seasonal Farmer's Market, Dumbo Flea, retail and restaurants that make Dumbo so desirable. The future development of The Brooklyn Navy yard with the huge Wegmans (scheduled to open next year) and exciting Food Hall will all be close by. The building has storage, parking and bike storage available, a laundry room and has very low common charges of $450 a month. In addition there is a common roof deck with expansive views of the river and Manhattan skyline. There is an assessment of $283.33/mo through Aug. 2018. Please note the apartment is a loft as per the offering plan but is currently configured with 2 bedrooms.