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I am pleased to be presenting the most stunning turnkey brick mixed use townhouse on the booming Greenpoint waterfront in Brooklyn. An award winning interior design executive oversaw the complete ground up restoration. This corner building has 2 residential apartments, 1 income producing commercial unit, is 20' by 54.5', and has a 2 car private driveway.
The third and fourth floors create the owners duplex and have open, loft-like layouts. With exposed wood beams and brick walls, four wood burning fireplaces, and spectacular Manhattan skyline views. The spaces are at once intimate and dramatic. The kitchen features a Wolf range, Thermador refrigerator, honed black granite counters and custom cabinetry. The third floor master suite features an open floor plan, endless light, glass wall shower and two fireplaces.
The second floor is a 1 bed apartment set up as a guest suite or rental unit with a gas fireplace and rift cut oak floors. The bathroom is lined with Carrara marble, and the kitchen features a butcher-block island. This floor could very easily be combined with the duplex.
The ground level is being operated as a cafe and bar called Achilles Heel, which is run by renowned Williamsburg restaurateur, Andrew Tarlow (Diner, Reynards, etc).
All residential units will be delivered vacant. Further details regarding restoration will be provided at showings. 62 Green is one block away from Franklin Street, 3 blocks to the water ferry, and is in the one of the most exciting neighborhoods in New York City.