Though technically a "one bedroom", this amazing home actually feels like a true two BEDROOM (and could even flex to a three bed!). Plus has and 1.5 bathrooms.
Be the very first to live in this brand new home with top of the line finishes and floor to ceiling, northern exposure windows . The open kitchen, which is adorned in custom Italian cabinets and Caesar Stone counter tops , features integrated Bosch refrigerator and dishwasher, Wolf range and Best hood. The bathroom is complete with a Maax signature bathtub, Moen fixtures, Toto toilet, and custom subway tiles . There are 5 inch white oak floors, central air, and washer dryer in the apartment.
The Milk Factory's emphasis on community and intelligent design extends to its public spaces. Here, highly coveted green space is a large part of the equation and the boutique development possesses several exterior community spaces that set it apart from other New York developments.
A sunken interior courtyard gives all residents access to an enchanting community garden that features floral mural by a local artist. Overlooking the center courtyard, accessible from the building's second floor, is a covered community terrace. The building also features another expansive communal terrace at the front, nestled underneath the cantilevered addition an open-air oasis that remains protected from the elements. Taken together, these interconnected spaces foster a spatial relationship between the various elements of the building, whilst ensuring a bountiful flow of light and air throughout.
Other building amenities include a windowed gym, bike storage, virtual doorman system, and a double high lobby lounge complete with gas fireplace and textured concrete walls.
850 Metropolitan Avenues Milk Factory condominiums, the former Borden milk distribution plant, now a stunning, converted loft building offering 32 residences in trendy East Williamsburg. The 40,000 square foot, four-story building is just east of Bushwick Avenue and conveniently only two blocks away from the Graham Avenue L train station. Envisioned and executed by ROART, architecture and design firm, they created a development that preserves the buildings elegant proportions while making an audacious architectural statement.
Previously an industrial area, East Williamsburg is a thriving creative quarter with tons of street art, historic buildings, tech enterprises, hot restaurants, and trendy new shops. By contrast to its rowdier, more developed neighbor Central Williamsburg, East Williamsburg still marches to its own beat, resisting relentless development while retaining its historic, community-minded character. Its strong spirit attracts individuals who appreciate the areas cosmopolitan spoils and proximity to downtown Manhattan but also require the all-important element of urban refuge.
Photos are of a similar unit and rendering of the common spaces of the building.
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