Absolute perfection, this stunningly renovated LOFT spans over 1,300sf with a massive private terrace conveniently located off of the living room.
Bathed in natural light, Residence 14D is chic and modern with the volume only achieved by an Art Deco converted loft. It features a five-piece primary bath with soaking tub and Robern UpLift Technology; 10-inch wide oak floors (some planks are more than 16 feet long); and thoughtful custom-made cabinetry throughout. With one bedroom and one home occupancy, two full bathrooms, a true chef's kitchen and in-unit washer/dryer, this home is 'THE One.'
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 stone's throw to any neighborhood worth visiting, BAM, the Barclay's Center, restaurants and shopping. Downtown Brooklyn has quickly become Brooklyn's most exciting destination. City Point 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, Chelsea Piers and Brooklyn Fare. And let's not forget Gage & Tollner (once the most famous restaurant in Brooklyn) and the ACE Hotel.
The number of bedrooms listed above is not a legal conclusion. Each person should consult with his/her own attorney, architect or zoning expert to make a determination as to the number of rooms in the unit that may be legally used as a bedroom.