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‘Mad Men’-inspired Brooklyn apartment asks less than $1M

New York Post // Sep 25, 2019

Hospitality publicist Neil Alumkal, founder and president of Stuntman PR, and his wife, writer Jamie Beckman, became known for hosting elaborate “Mad Men” parties in their midcentury-esque Williamsburg pad, especially during the series’ heyday from 2007 to 2015.

Now their 810-square-foot apartment and its rooftop cabana, just blocks from the Bedford Avenue L train stop and McCarren Park, is on the market for $985,000. (He bought it for $675,000 in 2009, when he launched Stuntman as a start-up in Williamsburg.)

The building, which opened in 2007 and sports a Bauhaus-style facade, is at 125 N. 10th St.

The condo itself is filled with midcentury furniture, Alumkal says, including “Cherner chairs and Noguchi- and Saarinen-inspired pieces.”

The one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit has 10-foot ceilings and Brazilian Ipe hardwood floors — and comes with a private roof deck with a Weber gas grill, a gas line and views of the Williamsburg Bridge.

There’s also a chef’s kitchen, a washer/dryer and a spa-like bathroom with a six-foot soaking tub, a double sink and a Toto toilet.

Building amenities include a wellness floor with a gym, a yoga studio and a children’s playroom along with a media room, a billiards room, a courtyard, a sculpture garden, a common roof deck and cold storage for deliveries.

The listing broker is Win Brown, of Core.

Original Article: New York Post