Welcome to penthouse 25B, a truly exceptional loft in Downtown Brooklyn’s most iconic Art Deco building, with soaring 12 inch ceilings, all-day natural light through over-sized south & west facing windows, stunning views of the water and the Statue of Liberty, and a large 340+ sqf private terrace that is perfect for al fresco entertaining and enjoyment. The spacious duplex spans two floors with an open-concept kitchen + living room, three REAL bedrooms and three FULL bathrooms. The completely renovated kitchen features Viatera quartz stone countertops and Viking stainless appliances (stove, dishwasher, wine cooler), with a large custom-built island for auxiliary food prep and casual barstool seating. The modern kitchen opens up to a dining area that can comfortably seat 6-8 people and a large living room area centered around a cozy decorative fireplace. The primary bedroom comes with two large floor-to-ceiling closets and an ensuite master bathroom with double sinks, Pietra Cardoza granite counters, and a white marble walk-in shower. The other two bedrooms also have generous portions that can accommodate King or Queen size beds with room to spare. Each of those two bedrooms comes with its own full bathroom with a deep soaking tub. No need to pay for any additional storage if you own this unit, there are plenty of wall-sized closets throughout and a laundry closet that houses a set of Bosch 800 washer & dryer.
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 landscaped roof terraces with barbecue grills, media lounge, yoga room, fully-equipped gym, children’s playroom, business center, bike room and indoor parking & self-storage for an extra fee. You will be spoiled by the ease of in-unit laundry, on-floor trash and recycling room, package and dry cleaning delivery notifications, and friendly on-site porters and maintenance crew to help with everything from smoke alarm replacements to Christmas tree removal.
Downtown Brooklyn has quickly become Brooklyn's most exciting destination. Walking distance to eleven subway lines (R/Q, 2/3, B/F, A/C, 4/5, and G) makes it an extremely convenient location to live, only one or two stops to Manhattan, Brooklyn Heights, Dumbo, Prospect Park, and Fort Greene and a short walk to many neighborhoods worth visiting. The CityPoint, a new shopping mall only two blocks away, offers a variety of food, shopping, and entertainment options. including the Dekalb Food Hall, Trader Joes, Target, Lululemon, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and McNally Jackson Booksellers. The one-acre Willoughby Square Park is scheduled to open just a block away in 2023. On the other side of BellTel, the 3.5-acre Brooklyn Commons is getting a $50 million revamp to better host events and activities, including theater performances, outdoor film screenings, live music, holiday events, food festivals, a pop-up ice-skating rink, free exercise classes, and more.