Now available, the penthouse of a boutique elevator building, that features a massive private roof deck with 180-degree views of Manhattan and Brooklyn. This light, bright, streamlined two-bedroom home boasts 967 SF of interior space and 941 SF private exterior space.
All the main rooms face east, giving the entire home a lemony, sun-soaked glow; and the living room also opens out onto a private terrace, so from the very first moment in the home, there is a spectacular indoor-outdoor feel. The open plan kitchen displays a muted color palette of gray Caesarstone countertops and pale gray cabinetry with stainless steel appliances, including a five-burner range, and a Blomberg refrigerator with freezer drawers below.
The primary bedroom currently accommodates a king bed, and the en-suite master bathroom is clad in Nero Marquina-style porcelain with a double sink vanity and large walk-in shower. The secondary bathroom has a combination 5-piece shower and soaking tub and is finished with Gazini porcelain.
The home features 10-foot ceilings throughout and wide-plank oak floors. There is a Bosch washer/dryer, and the dual-zone climate system utilizes linear diffusers for perfect dispersion of air and heat.
The elevator building is designed by Issac and Stern Architects with a virtual doorman and package system, bike storage room, and regular superintendent.
The building is in the heart of BedStuy, which is known among the locals for its beloved, independently owned cafes and restaurants with inspired menus and creative atmospheres. It is also just four blocks from one of the first parks in Brooklyn, Herbert Von King Park, which has an outdoor theater and swimming pool; and was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert Vaux, who designed both Prospect Park and Central Park.