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365 Bridge Street
Condo in Downtown Brooklyn •  building info
2bd • 2ba • 1,703 ft² $849 per ft²
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Welcome home to this sprawling corner loft with southern and eastern exposures in one of Downtown Brooklyn's most sought-after condominiums. Unit 4A spans over 1,700 square feet and features an open floor plan perfect for elegant living and entertaining, with soaring 10'+ ceilings, gleaming bamboo floors, and an abundance of wall space for art. The open kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, as well as ample cabinet storage, and a kitchen island. The generously-sized primary bedroom features a large closet and en-suite bath. There is an additional light-filled second bedroom, as well as a spacious office/guest room with abundant storage that is currently being used as a nursery. A bank of closets can be found in the inviting foyer, as well as an in-unit washer/dryer. Built in 1929 as the headquarters of the New York Telephone Company, BellTel Lofts was considered Brooklyn's first skyscraper. The building is a significant example of the art-deco style and was designed by Ralph Walker, who was named architect of the century by the American Institute of Architects. Converted to condos in 2007, the building's extensive amenity package leaves nothing to be desired. Residents will enjoy a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, expansive gym, yoga room, children's playroom, business center, bike room, indoor parking, and self-storage for an additional fee. Two landscaped roof terraces feature plenty of space to lounge, barbecue, and take in the sweeping views of Brooklyn and Manhattan. Downtown Brooklyn is now one of the city's most exciting destinations. Across the street you will find the City Point Center which includes Trader Joe's, Lululemon, Alamo Drafthouse, 20+ food vendors and bars within Dekalb Market Food Hall, as well as brand new Willoughby Square Park. With proximity to eleven subway lines (R, 2/3, Q, B, A/C, F/G and 4/5) the building is just one or two stops from Prospect Park and its famous Farmers Market, as well as Fort Greene and other notable Brooklyn neighborhoods. Soho and the Lower East Side are only one stop away. A tax abatement is in place until 2023.

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