Ansonia Court

420 12th Street
Coop in Williamsburg
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April 4, 2023

This $2.2M Park Slope co-op in the Ansonia Court lofts has a secret office and a private terrace

Apartments in the historic Ansonia Court loft building at 420 12th Street in South Slope, Brooklyn, rarely become available, and when they do, there's always lots of interest. The turn-of-the-century factory building boasts brick walls, original wood beams, high ceilings, and unusual layouts. Asking $2,200,000, this renovated first-floor duplex loft is no exception. The sun-filled home adjacent to the building's dreamy courtyard offers three bedrooms, a private terrace, and an elevated office nook tucked away above the main living area. Renovated interiors are a seamless meeting of considered custom design and the historic bones of the space.
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July 8, 2021

Rustic-chic Park Slope loft has two floors, two balconies, and two bedrooms for $1.7M

Park Slope's popular Ansonia Court co-op was once a clock factory, and today its apartments retain many of the old-world factory details like brick walls, beamed ceilings, and wide-open layouts. This two-bedroom unit on the market for $1,699,000 is no exception and it comes with the added perks of chic, modern upgrades, a duplex configuration, and two private outdoor spaces.
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August 11, 2020

Creative touches and a charming patio set this $2.2M Park Slope loft apart

Buildings like this one, Ansonia Court, are full of lofts will all the classic details--beamed ceilings, exposed brick, and cast iron accents. And though this unit is no different, its creative touches and charming little patio give it a bit of extra selling power. Listed for $2,180,000, the three-bedroom Park Slope co-op is spread over two floors and has bright, cheerful rooms.
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June 3, 2019

This $1.8M two-bedroom in the Ansonia clock factory is a loft lover’s South Slope dream

The Ansonia Court loft building at 420 12th Street, formerly a clock factory in Brooklyn's south Park Slope, has something of a cult following. Known for its European-style interior courtyard and rustic industrial-era interior architecture, the apartments within tend to be spacious, spare and cozy. Asking $1.775 million, this two-bedroom home is no exception.
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April 21, 2016

Ansonia Loft With Exposed Wood Beams and Big Brick-Framed Windows Asks $1.9M

While keeping its turn-of-the-century industrial charm, this three-bedroom duplex loft was given an architect's renovation, with both details and space arranged to accommodate modern family life. The Ansonia Court Clock Factory at 420 12th Street may be a loft among the brownstones of Park Slope, but the co-op complex is a favorite in the area. A pretty central courtyard, warm-yet-industrial loft apartments and a laid-back, convenient South Slope location make homes here unique and sought-after. Residents generally put their own stamp on their own brick-clad lofts, and this three-bedroom duplex is no exception. The $1.9 million price tag does seem like a lot for the real space, and the co-op lacks the amenities of a full-service building, but people truly love the Ansonia's charm, so we're guessing this duplex will do pretty well.
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April 6, 2016

This $1.6M Co-op in Park Slope’s Ansonia Court Has a Factory Past and a Colorful Present

We recently mentioned south Park Slope's coveted Ansonia Court at 420 12th Street when we featured a compact loft in the Carroll Gardens Mill Building. The two are somewhat similar on the outside; this former clock factory is also a converted industrial building in a neighborhood of pre-war apartments and row houses. But this two-bedroom co-op is far from small. It could easily be converted to three bedrooms, and its four-rooms-on-paper have outsized proportions. The home's current owner has made a colorful home in the high-ceilinged, brick-and-window lined loft, but whether quirky, minimalist or rustic, the original factory construction wouldn't go unnoticed.
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September 3, 2014

Park Slope Loft in Former Ansonia Clock Company Building Has Timeless Appeal

There are lofts, and then there are lofts like this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath duplex in an 1880s factory building at 420 12th Street. Once home to the Ansonia Clock Company, the building was converted into a co-op by Hurley & Farinella Architects, nearly a century after being constructed. With intentions of keeping the building's provenance intact, the architects worked diligently to maintain original details like exposed brick, factory beams and wood ceilings, and combined them with modern updates that mesh seamlessly with the building’s historic bones.
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