Flexibility to meet your needs.
Originally intended as an oversized 1 bedroom, apartment 11E is currently converted into a 2 bedroom. Regardless of how you use the space, the footprint is amazing - large, user friendly and with a separate dining area, and plenty of windows and closets (including a walk-in!). The light is beautiful, and there are jaw-dropping northwesterly skyline views of Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge. The city skyline at night is absolutely stunning!
The newly renovated kitchen and bathroom are in mint condition. The kitchen has a Silestone countertop, Mosaic natural light green onyx tiled backsplash, Italian porcelain floors, Stainless steel fridge, slide-in stainless steel professional gas range, Bosch dishwasher and a garbage disposal. The newly gut renovated bathroom has top of the line Italian tiles and an Italian porcelain sink as well as an exhaust fan with timer. Additionally, there are new solid maple custom made radiator covers, new solid red oak window sills, new Friedrich air-conditioners and new solid oak doors and frames.
The crown jewel of Brooklyn Heights, the Saint George is a registered historic landmark. Designed in 1929 by renowned architect Emery Roth, this iconic building houses 275 apartments spanning 30 floors and 4 elevators.
Enter the Saint George through the impressive, newly renovated double lobby (on two levels) which creates a luxurious sense of peace and privacy. Amenities in this full service elevator building include a friendly staff 24 hour doormen, live-in super, management on site. The laundry room is on the same floor as the apartment - just steps away. There is a huge bike room & private storage on the basement level. As far as working out, stop by the Eastern Athletic Club, with squash courts and swimming pool located in the lower level of the building. Pet friendly too.
There is no better way to unwind than relaxing on the Saint George roof-deck with THE MOST INCREDIBLE 360 degree views of New York Harbor, Manhattan, Staten Island, The Statue of Liberty and all of Brooklyn. While you are up on the roof, enjoy a meal at the table with some friends. For some fresh air, take a relaxing stroll along the Promenade and the amazing Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The quintessential tree-lined Brooklyn block is in very close proximity to all the major subway lines, and is only one stop to Manhattan. You don't even have to cross the street to catch the #2 or #3 trains.
Visit and imagine the possibilities.