Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
This one-bedroom Boerum Hill co-op is full of custom additions that stand out. There’s the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves that line the living room, the large built-in bar made from reclaimed pinewood, and the lofted mezzanine, to name a few. Located at 423 Atlantic Avenue, the loft is on the market for $995,000.
There are a lot of New York apartments trying to sell themselves as lofts that just aren’t. That makes it especially refreshing to see this loftier-than-thou apartment, from the former Ex-Lax factory at 423 Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill, hit the market. The factory was constructed in the 1920s and was eventually combined with adjacent buildings that were being used as a bottling plant. In 1981, the complex went co-op — and as a residence it still retains some of the Ex-Lax advertising memorabilia. This apartment was designed by an architect to maximize all available space. They especially took advantage of the 15-foot ceilings, building out not one but two lofted living spaces.
Check out the sleeping loft