This classic industrial Dumbo loft at 50 Bridge Street is already ahead of the rental pack by being an extra-large one-bedroom, two-bath apartment that spans three levels. It has the prerequisite high ceilings and exposed beams plus a working fireplace, central A/C and large south-facing windows. It’s asking $6,900 a month, which seems a bit steep (even with a swing in the middle of the living room), until you discover the massive private roof deck with all the summertime fun necessities including a hot tub, a cabana and more.
On the first level, a large great room adjoins a stylish dining area and an utterly charming loft kitchen. Up the stairs is the mezzanine level, great for an office, study or sleeping area for guests.
A cozy corner of the living room/great room is a separate space for contemplation, entertaining or work.
A “beach-house style” master bedroom (according to the listing) on the top floor offers an en-suite shower–and direct access to that rockin’ rooftop with hot tub, cabana, grill and outdoor shower, all overlooking Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan.
50 Bridge Street is one of the neighborhood’s original pre-war loft condominium conversions on the site of the former Kirkman & Son Soap Company factory. Modern amenities include a doorman, laundry room, bike storage and live-in super.
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Images courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens.
Neighborhoods : DUMBO