Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
You don’t have to be super high to get incredible skyline views. This one-bedroom condo’s unique Red Hook location affords it with spectacular vantages of lower Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, and the Red Hook piers. Asking $995,000, it’s part of the New York Dock Building. Built in 1910, this was the first reinforced steel and concrete building in the United States, and it was converted to modern loft residences in 2017.
If you’ve been to Red Hook lately chances are you were visiting the Fairway for lunch or taking the ferry to Ikea for a new $10 end table and some Swedish meatballs. But we soon may have many more reasons to visit the sleepy, industrial, square-mile Brooklyn neighborhood.
The Red Hook Innovation District is a plan for a 12-acre, 1.2 million-square-foot, mixed-use project that would include offices, retail space, performance venues and a promenade. Last month, Los Angeles-based development firm Estate Four purchased the final property on the site. They now plan to roll out the $400 million project in phases over five years.
More details ahead
- Listings hit for 160 Imlay, the Morris Adjmi-designed conversion in Red Hook. [Brownstoner]
- Commercial building sales expected to top $52 billion this year, the highest since 2007. [Daily News]
- Jets owner Woody Johnson lists 834 Fifth Avenue duplex for $75 million. [New York Post]
- Developers bring back plans for mixed-use complex in Sunset Park. [Brooklyn Paper]
- Renderings revealed for 86 Fleet Place, John Catsimatidis’ 32-story, glassy residential building in downtown Brooklyn. [Yimby]
Images: Interior rendering of 160 Imlay, via Douglas Elliman (L); Rendering for Sunset Park development via Raymond Chan Architect (R)