The residencies in this building create environments that speak to Brooklyn's history and unique style. The structure was erected in the early 1900s, operating as a Steam Factory, and still retains many of its' timeless characteristics. Iron pillars, exposed brick, original factory arching windows, and expansive interiors set the stage for homes that are warm, inviting, and memorable. Each loft-like interior presents high ceilings, oversized living/dining areas, and an update to kitchens and bathrooms installed just over 10 years ago. With superb management by onsite superintendents, the hallways, stairwell, unique entryway-to-lobby, and one of a kind elevators are kept in impeccable condition. Residents can enjoy a few amenities, such as a wooden rooftop deck facing the Manhattan skyline and vehicle parking (for a fee). Around the way those who reside in this building have access to a seemingly never ending list of outstanding eateries, boutique shops, supermarkets, banks, and nightlife options. From stunning rooftop bars at the William Vale & Williamsburg Hotels to the Smorgasburg and events at McCarren Park there are no shortage of things to get into. For commuting needs there are many options to make your way around the Boroughs or Manhattan such as the Bedford L, Lorimer L/G, Nassau G, East River Ferry, and bus stop at buildings' foot.