One bedroom with home office offers a wide variety of options with it's great usable space! A modern mix of old and new, this residence features original exposed beams cut in the late 1800's of Pacific North West timber. This apartment offers a stackable Bosch washer/ dryer, hardwood flooring throughout, stainless steel appliances, overhead LED track lighting and in sink garbage disposal.
Brooklynâs waterfront community of DUMBO is getting a spectacular new residence, a luxury rental building, at 30 Washington Street. The impressive red brick homes were re-developed by DUMBO pioneers Two Trees Management and designed by renowned architects WASA/Studio A -Wank Adams Slavin Associates, LLP. The historic property is named after 19th-century builder, Robert Gair, who is also responsible for nine other waterfront buildings in the area.
30 Washingtonâs expertly preserved exterior recalls the buildingâs integral role as part of Brooklynâs proud manufacturing past. Two Trees, under the direction of David and Jed Walentas, has been at the forefront of DUMBOâs success as a popular, thriving, waterfront destination, developing properties in the area for decades.
Located on idyllic Brooklyn Bridge Park, the classic, traditional brick structure of 30 Washington offers the perfect combination of old and new. 30 Washingtonâs ambiance remains intact, while its redesigned interiors provide each home with a decidedly modern sense of luxury. The property comprises of 94 homes â including one bedroom, one bedroom with home office and two bedroom residences â ranging from 500 to 1,200 square feet.
Spacious home offering some of the most iconic views in Dumbo with views of both the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, Empire State Building, and East River. The West facing floor to ceiling windows encase beautiful sunsets. The open kitchen features a large Caesarstone island, Liebherr fridge, and...
Listing ID 4019426
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman 156 Montague
Office Phone: 718.780.8100
Listing Agent: Omarli Layne
Updated: 7th December, 2019 8:04 PM.
30 Washington St Brooklyn, NY