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Huge 2BR luxury loft in a full service, amenity rich, historic building in Prospect Heights, Brooklyns cultural and transportation hub.
Apartment 318 is a unique duplex unit delivering an immediate wow factor from the moment of entry. Come in on a floating foyer perched between the upper and lower floors and take in the 14 foot ceilings, the Helen Gifford Urchin chandelier, and the view of the open floorplan living room below and the mezzanine above. Head down a few steps to the over-sized living area with a wall of windows, unparalleled storage, a full bathroom, and an architect-designed kitchen made for the modern foodie. The dining area easily seats 8 and the living room is so wide, it accommodates two independent seating areas (or close off part of it for a third bedroom or home office if you prefer).
On the upper floor, a mezzanine leads to two gigantic bedrooms, both of which have roller blinds and enlarged, California-style closets the size of small rooms. A full bath with separate whirlpool tub and shower, plus an area for a home office completes the picture.
The lofts central A/C system is controlled by WiFi. There are upgraded lighting controls and designer fixtures, stainless steel appliances, and beautiful finishes throughout. Pets are welcome.
Newswalk Condominium is the former the home of the New York Daily News printing plant and the presses originally occupied the third floor. The basement garage which offers reduced fee monthly parking to owners. A 30,000 sq. ft newly redesigned front garden set behind a gated iron fence offers privacy, serenity and ample seating. Additional amenities include:
24 hour concierge service
recently upgraded fitness room
card-operated laundry facility
15,000 sq. ft landscaped, duplex roof deck with BBQ grills and picnic tables, lounge chairs and a dedicated childrens playground
A fleet of Zip Cars in the garage
Prospect Heights is a highly coveted neighborhood sitting between Fort Greene and Park Slope. Just blocks from Grand Army Plaza and Prospect Park, Barclays Center, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Theatre for a New Audience and Mark Morris Dance, and of course, the Atlantic Terminal MTA and LIRR trains. You can be door to door to lower Manhattan in 25 minutes.
Newswalk is professionally managed. Come see this one before it is gone, it wont last.