Two apartments, units 408 and 309, are now available at the Mill Building, 85 North 3rd Street in Williamsburg, with the potential to create a massive loft apartment. When we first saw this listing, only one unit was up for grabs, but now a buyer will have two floors and 3,600 square feet to work with, as well as the potential to build out as many as five bedrooms alongside a media room and library. How much for the opportunity to create this mega loft? The asking price is $4.775 million.
There are lots of nice touches to the apartment spaces, including 100-year-old plank hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling wood columns, exposed brick, and 13-foot-tall ceilings. It’s unclear, however, if both available units come with these features, and how much work it will require to combine them. At least one of the units has a beautifully renovated kitchen, with plenty of cabinet space and fancy appliances.
A photo of one of the existing bedrooms is a little less impressive, with none of the wood columns and exposed brick shown in the common area.
The Mill Building is one of the best-known residential conversions in North Williamsburg. Since its warehouse days, the building has been outfitted with a full time doorman, roof terrace, free laundry, onsite garage, children’s play area, storage and bike room. It’s also located just a few blocks from the Bedford Avenue L.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg