Designed by Architect Abraham J. Simberg and built by developer Jacob Adelman in 1928, 75 Livingston is the crown jewel in the Borough Hall Skyscraper Historic District. The Art Deco wedding cake skyscraper is renowned for its elegance and sophistication with projecting pavilions, chamfered corners and secondary setbacks that distinguish this 30-story structure. The established 105-unit co-op was converted in 1981 and offers 24/7 doorman, live-in super and attentive maintenance staff, ensuring a seamless, comfortable urban living experience. The building offers central laundry and bike storage.
Perfectly situated in Brooklyn Heights, 75 Livingston is around the corner from multiple subway lines (2/3/4/5/A/C/F/G/R) for a quick commute. All this in historic and charming Brooklyn Heights close to The Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Dumbo, and numerous shops and restaurants.
Building Features 32 Floors105 Units
$4,250,000 / $1,634 per ft²
Listed on Dec 14, 2020
40 Days on Market
3 Beds / 3.0 Baths / 2,600 ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $5,509
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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