On Union Street, between Court and Smith Streets, 332 is a traditional, brick townhouse converted into three amenity-rich condominium units. Only one block from the train, and between to the two primary thoroughfares for dining, shopping, and leisurely strolls, this apartment has all of the trappings of a beautifully designed and centrally located home.
Enter this top floor apartment into a large living space, enriched with exposed brick and an open-plan kitchen. To the rear of the building, are the vast kitchen and spa-like tiled bathroom. Toward the front of the building, find both of the bedrooms. The larger bedroom has a wall-length built-in closet, and room for additional furniture. The smaller, which could also serve as an office or den, has a full window and exposed brick.
Ascend a set of wooden stairs in the living area to reach the private rooftop escape. Far from the typical outdoor-space in a rental, this roof deck comes with built-in planters, benches, and a BBQ. Move-over tiny terraces and bantam balconies, this deck is expansive: covering the full-width of the building, by an excess of 20 feet in depth.