This 589-square-foot Brooklyn Heights studio loft at One Brooklyn Bridge Park at 360 Furman Street gives you plenty to work with from the start, with 13-foot ceilings and huge east-facing windows. The kitchen, living, dining and sleeping areas each pull their own weight in the space, and the resulting whole feels like a home. The apartment is asking $699,000.
Custom details appear in every square inch of the studio, from clever storage and display to a compact kitchen and a multi-functional loft.
A well-appointed compact kitchen by Dada, terrazzo-tiled baths, solid oak floors, a washer/dryer room and California closets are just a few of the more attractive examples. Residents get a 28-square-foot storage cage on their floor, so there’s room for overflow without resorting to clutter.
The studio’s current owner has created a raised loft area that is being used as an office with a sleeping space underneath; the setup could be flipped, with a bed up top and a sofa or office area below. There’s currently a built-in hidden projection screen and projector for binge-watching and movie nights; we assume that will go, but it provides a blueprint for a new owner to create a similar setup.
It’s hard not to mention the endless amenities available for residents of One Brooklyn Bridge Park–not counting, of course, the 85 acre park that surrounds it and the waterfront just beyond. The 1928 loft building offers a 3,000 square-foot high-end gym, a nine-seat screening room, a music room with a mini grand piano, two play rooms, a yoga studio, two video game rooms, a pool/billiards room, two business suites, a golf simulator room and an outdoor putting green, refrigerated storage in the lobby, parking, doormen, valets and a concierge–there’s even a building shuttle to ferry residents to the nearby subway stations.
[Listing: 360 Furman Street #526 by Paul Dawson and Brendan Gilligan for Corcoran Group]
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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.
Tags : 1 Brooklyn Bridge Park, 360 Furman Street
Neighborhoods : Brooklyn Heights