True LOFT in a prewar, art deco condo with a large terrace, two home occupancies and two full bathrooms. Both home occupancies come with glass sliding doors for privacy and include tons of storage and en-suite bathrooms. The kitchen has tons of cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances and the unit comes with an in-unit washer/dryer. The sizable terrace is suitable for al fresco dining, an herb garden and a bistro table and chairs to enjoy a glass of wine or some coffee/tea.
BellTel Lofts was originally designed in 1928 by architect Ralph Walker, once deemed Architect of the Century by The New York Times. It was converted to condominiums in 2007 by Beyer Blinder Belle with thoughtfully curated finishes and an extensive amenity package including a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, two common landscaped roof terraces, media lounge, yoga room, fully-equipped gym, children's playroom, business center, bike room and indoor parking & self-storage for an extra fee.
Proximity to eleven subway lines (R, 2/3, Q, B, A/C, F/G and 4/5) only one or two stops to Prospect Park, Fort Greene, Manhattan and a short walk to any neighborhood worth visiting, BAM, the Barclay's Center, restaurants and shopping. Downtown Brooklyn has quickly become Brooklyn's most exciting destination. CityPoint is only two blocks away with the Dekalb Food Hall, Trader Joes, City Target, Lululemon, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and McNally Jackson Booksellers. Other notable businesses found in Downtown Brooklyn include Circa Brewing Co., SoulCycle (a stone's throw from the building), Chelsea Piers and Brooklyn Fare. And let's not forget Gage & Tollner (once the most famous restaurant in Brooklyn) and the ACE Hotel.