If you’re looking to live in Dumbo, as many are, loft living is definitely the way to go. 50 Bridge Street, built in 1907 as a warehouse in what is now the waterfront neighborhood’s landmarked historic district is offering this two-bedroom condominium loft with ceilings over 10 feet, a recent renovation, and plenty of modern convenience. Asking $1.425 million, the 1,259 square-foot space brings tin ceilings and millwork by a local craftsman to the mix, setting this loft apart from so many of its white-box-and-brick neighbors.
Loftiest of all is the apartment’s 30-foot great room, open for living and dining and sure to make a great first impression.
Exposed ceiling beams frame an open kitchen, complemented by a partial tin ceiling. Full professional soundproofing has been installed for added comfort. The living room gets bespoke built-in shelving created by neighborhood artisan Mark Jupiter.
A custom steel-and-glass sliding factory wall, also by Mark Jupiter, separates sections of the master bedroom suite. A newly installed bath offers a cast iron soaking tub and radiant floor heating.
The second bedroom is spacious and windowed, and a second newly-minted white bathroom also has radiant floor heat plus a walk-in shower. The apartment also has new windows throughout, high efficiency A/C units and a new washer and dryer. In addition to parking and storage, the building offers a common roof deck with amazing river and Manhattan skyline views. Keep an eye on your tax bill, though: The unit’s tax abatement expires in 2019.
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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.
Neighborhoods : DUMBO