Listing photos by Al Siedman at VHT
The circus has (sort of) come to town in Bed-Stuy. This two-bedroom loft at 689 Myrtle Avenue, the Chocolate Factory condo, is owned by a juggler and an aerialist who has outfitted the 1,222-square-foot pad with some quirky touches. These include an assembly used for aerialist silks that now holds a fun egg chair, as well as retro and industrial touches. The home is asking $1,050,000.
The bad news: you won’t find any chocolate here. The good news: You’ll get a brilliant two-bedroom loft lined with western-facing windows, only blocks from Ft. Greene Park, for just under $1 million. Located in the 1 Rockwell Place condos, which was once a chocolate factory and remains the only true converted factory loft space in all of Fort Greene, this apartment has plenty of character thanks to original wood floors, 11-foot ceilings, and exposed beams.
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