Originally built as a Civil War munitions factory, the Jackson Foundry has retained many of its historic features including rolling fire doors, exposed brick, timber beams and cast iron columns. At approximately 1,500 square feet, this corner loft is currently configured as a 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath with 13-foot ceilings and a beautifully renovated open island kitchen. A 7x7 picture window fills the living room with natural light and a versatile floor plan allows for multiple configurations. Both bedrooms have en-suite baths; the master with a stunning freestanding tub and timber backsplash, and the lower level of the loft has a separate 10x10 laundry room with custom storage. Rarely does a space with this much attention to detail come to the market. 130 Jackson is three blocks from the Graham Avenue L train stop and minutes from McCarren Park. The building also has a wonderful roof deck with 360-degree views of Manhattan and Brooklyn.