All images courtesy of Matt Dutile for The Corcoran Group, unless otherwise noted
In New York City, having access to one private outdoor space is enviable enough. This three-bedroom Brooklyn penthouse boasts five separate outdoor spaces. Located at 450 Warren Street in Gowanus, “Penthouse B” has a minimalist sleek aesthetic that complements the unit’s four open exposures, floor-to-ceiling windows, and 10-foot ceilings. Asking $3,295,000, the home, much like the rest of the newly constructed building, seamlessly integrates indoor and outdoor living.
The home’s entrance is through a covered outdoor foyer with a powder room that serves as a gateway into the rest of the spacious, light-filled condo. Ten-foot ceilings, oversized windows, wide oak flooring, and an abundance of natural light add warmth to the home.
The penthouse is furnished by the contemporary design team at WorkOf Studio, which sources products from independent furniture and lighting designers. The interiors tastefully highlight the layout and airy nature of the unit.
An open-concept kitchen features state-of-the-art integrated appliances and a large central island. The kitchen includes custom cabinetry, an induction cooktop, a wall oven, a wine cooler, and a dishwasher.
The primary bedroom suite has its own private terrace space and a five-piece bathroom complete with radiant floor heating and marble countertops with dual sinks. The bathroom also has terrace access, a large window, and both a shower and soaking tub.
Rendering credit: Darcstudio for TANKHOUSE and SO-IL
Developed by Corcoran New Development alongside the Brooklyn-based Tankhouse and designed by SO-IL, 450 Warren Street is an 18-unit condominium on the border of Boerum Hill and Gowanus. The design of the building aims to make each residence feel like a private home, while also still offering a connection among residents.
Amenities include a central atrium, as well as two expansive open-air courtyard gardens featuring plant species native to the Gowanus Greenway. The greenery is nurtured by MetroPolder, a Netherlands-based smart irrigation system that is making its United States debut through its work in 450 Warren, according to CityRealty.
After entering through an open-air courtyard blanketed with greenery, residents travel through the building’s enclosed elevator lobby. On the way to their homes, residents transverse covered open-air walkways adorned by plantings and equipped with radiant heat technology to prevent ice and snow.
SO-IL spoke about the importance of 450 Warren Street’s outdoor-centric design: “Our design frees urban multi-unit dwelling from traditional protocols. We engage with what makes the city more livable: conversations with the outdoors and conversations with others.”
Additional amenities in the building include a reconfigurable co-working lounge, yoga, and meditation area, pet wash station, bike storage, and for-purchase parking spaces.
[Listing details: 450 Warren Street, PHB at CityRealty]
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All images courtesy of Matt Dutile for The Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Boerum Hill