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365 Bridge St, #9A

Downtown Brooklyn

  • $1,400,000
  • 2 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 1,703 sqft

Welcome to 365 Bridge St

Exceptional Corner Historic Condominium Loft in Heart of Downtown Brooklyn. Home: This Truly Magnificent loft has clean lines and architectural simplicity. Grand living room with oversized windows and soaring 12 foot beamed ceilings, creating dramatic and glamorous home for sophisticated lifestyle and entertaining. Gracious entry foyer opens up to a large hallway, leading into 36 foot long corner living/dining room. The open Kitchen with Pietra Cardoza granite counters, GE Profile appliances and a Center Island is truly a host's delight. Master sleeping room has a lovely eastern exposure and natural light. The Large dining room easily converts into a terrific sleeping area, the interior library/office room is large enough to serve multiple purposes, including a guest room. Two full bathrooms equipped with Kohler fixtures, Restoration Hardware details, a spa-inspired deep soaking tub in one bathroom, and large shower with European glass doors in the second. Additional features include Asko Washer and Dryer, an abundance of built-in closets and caramelized Bamboo hardwood floors throughout. Building and Amenities: In 1929 The New York Telephone Company tapped Ralph Walker to design their New York headquarters at 365 Bridge Street in Downtown Brooklyn. This significant example of Art Deco architecture was known as Brooklyn's first skyscraper, and recently named as one of New York City's landmark buildings. The conversion to condominiums was completed in 2008 and now the building stands 27 stories and holds 217 units along with a full time doorman and concierge service, as well as the following amenities on site: in-house infant/child day care center, parking garage, Zipcars, storage units, children's playroom, screening room, conference room, fitness center with yoga room, and a common rooftop terrace. This is a pet friendly building, which is also equipped with Time Warner and Fios. Location: Conveniently located near the R, A, C, F, 2, 3, B and Q trains, a commute into Manhattan is only a few minutes away. Neighborhood shopping and restaurants are popping up at every turn, including the 26,000-square-foot Dekalb Market Hall at the new City Point development, which will be opening its doors toward the end of 2016, with retailers like Trader Joe's, Century 21, City Target, Alamo Draft House and many more. Metro Tech Commons Park is around the block and Willoughby Square Park is planned to open this year. The Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Fort Greene Park are both within walking distance, only a few short blocks away.

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