What is better than a gut renovated sponsor unit on a fruit street in Brooklyn Heights? This is the perfect place to own your first NYC home. A stunningly redesigned one bedroom on an iconic street (among the "fruit" streets). Originally referred to as Brooklyn Village, how exciting would it be to own an apartment on Pineapple Street? Brooklyn Heights is an historic masterpiece, replete with cobblestone streets, quaint eateries, a promenade along the waterfront and access to Manhattan via multiple subway stops. 59 Pineapple Street, Residence 6F is accessed via an architecturally significant pre-war lobby. Residence 6F boasts multiple windows, four closets, newly refinished hardwood floors, a brand-new bath with soaking tub, and a kitchen with a marbleisland, state of the art stainless steel appliances, tile back splash and stone counters. Prepare meals in the windowed kitchen with room for your friends to enjoy a glass of wine at the kitchen island while you cook. Enjoy panoramic views of Manhattan and Brooklyn from the expansive roof deck so easily accessed from this top floor apartment. Sunsets and morning meditations are so sweet from this roof deck.Directly across the East River from Manhattan and connected by subways and ferry service, commuting is a breeze. Brooklyn Heights is easily accessible from Downtown Brooklyn where one can shop at Dekalb Market.Brooklyn Heights was the first neighborhood protected by the 1965 Landmarks Preservation Law of New York City. The neighborhood is largely composed of picturesque blocks of row houses and stately mansions. A range of architectural styles is represented, including Greek Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Victorian Gothic, Romanesque, Neo-Greco, and Classical Revival, as well as a few 2/1/2-story late Federal houses from the early 19th century in the northern part of the neighborhood.Bike storage is complimentary to all residents. Storage is available for rent and 59 Pineapple offers a generous laundry room in the building. There is a keyed access package room and an amazing live in superintendent.Brooklyn Heights is serviced by numerous subway services, specifically the A, C, F, N, R and W trains at Jay Street-MetroTech; the 2 and 3 trains at Clark Street; and 2,3,4,5, N, R and W trains at Borough Hall/Court Street.Pet Policy: Cats Allowed, so sorry no dogs.