Description

Once in a while, you will encounter a phenomenal, one-of-a-kind apartment, and here it is!
This extra-large one-bedroom/two-bath DUMBO loft spans three levels and offers plenty of storage. This is a quintessential industrial loft with high ceilings, exposed beams, a working fireplace, and large South-facing windows for plenty of light. There are hardwood floors throughout and central A/C. The mezzanine level is great for an office, study or sleeping area for guests. The beach-house style bedroom on the top level has an en-suite shower plus direct access to a large private roof deck, equipped with a cabana, a grill, and an outdoor shower, all overlooking Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan. Perfect for summer entertaining!
Located in the Dumbo Historic District, 50 Bridge Street is one of the original pre-war loft condominium conversions in the neighborhood. The building is a Neo-Classical style factory that once belonged to the famous Kirkman & Son Soap Company, and maintains many details of the factory warehouse, plus many modern amenities, such as doorman, laundry room, bike storage, and live-in super. Enjoy DUMBO's cobblestone streets, art galleries, many shops, and various restaurants and cafes all set against the backdrop of the magnificent Brooklyn Bridge Park. Located one quick subway stop away from Downtown Manhattan.
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Building Features 6 Floors58 Units

elevator
intercom
bike room
laundry
parking
roofdeck
storage
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Unit Features

terrace

$1,075,000 / $864 per ft²

Sold: Mar 02, 2016

1 Bed / 2.0 Baths / 1,244 ft²

Total Monthly expenses: $604

Maintenance: $603 / R.E. Taxes $1

Exclusively listed with: Prudential Douglas Elliman

Paul Brown

paullemarc.brown@elliman.com

212-965-6064

Listing Courtesy of Prudential Douglas Elliman View Listing

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