$1M Bed-Stuy loft got some circus-worthy touches from its aerialist owner

Posted On Mon, June 28, 2021 By

Posted On Mon, June 28, 2021 By In Bed Stuy, Cool Listings

Listing photos by Al Siedman at VHT

The circus has (sort of) come to town in Bed-Stuy. This two-bedroom loft at 689 Myrtle Avenue, the Chocolate Factory condo, is owned by a juggler and an aerialist who has outfitted the 1,222-square-foot pad with some quirky touches. These include an assembly used for aerialist silks that now holds a fun egg chair, as well as retro and industrial touches. The home is asking $1,050,000.

The apartment is on the first floor, but the 17-foot ceilings allow the massive wall of windows to be high enough that no one on the street can see in. As the listing says, this makes it “perfect for a rehearsal space, photo studio or any creative pursuit imaginable.” And though the brightness is great, if movie night is in the cards, the space has custom 10 percent light-diffusing as well as complete black-out blinds.

The kitchen has a large granite peninsula and a dishwasher.

Also on the first floor is a bedroom and a newly renovated full bathroom with a washer/dryer.

Up the cool spiral staircase is the lofted bedroom. It has full ceiling heights and a walk-in closet.

Built in 1947 as the Cocoline Chocolate Factory, the building was converted to 45 condos in 2003. Amenities include a 5,000-square-foot green roof and garden, and a rooftop atrium gym. It’s in a great location right on the border of Bed Stuy and Clinton Hill.

[Listing details: 689 Myrtle Avenue, 1C at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Emma James]

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Listing photos by Al Siedman at VHT

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