Keyed elevator access delivers you directly to this bright 2,520-square-foot penthouse-level haven where a 50-foot-long wall of floor-to-ceiling windows stretches along the entire northern exposure. Open sky, skyline and river views and the historic rooftops of DUMBO make a delightful backdrop in the sprawling great room, while just outside, the 811-square-foot terrace provides a front-row seat to views of the East River, the Manhattan Bridge, One World Trade Center and beyond. Gas, water and electricity make outdoor entertaining irresistible. Inside, beamed ceilings and radiant heated seven-inch Siberian white oak flooring underscore the home’s grand proportions and relaxed elegance. Chefs and guests alike will flock to the spectacular open kitchen where sleek cabinetry and a marble center island surround top-notch appliances by Sub-Zero and Wolf.
Smartly arranged bedrooms are placed along a quiet hallway for maximum privacy. The master suite is bathed in southern light and features a large walk-in closet and a palatial spa bathroom where floor-to-ceiling Blanco Carrara tile surrounds a huge walk-in rain shower, wall-mounted double sinks and a backlit vanity mirror. The two additional bedroom suites include south-facing windows, roomy closets and private baths. An oversized laundry room with side-by-side washer-dryer plus tons of extra closet space and built-ins make this an effortless sanctuary in the vibrant DUMBO landscape.
200 Water Street is a gorgeous example of the “daylight factory” style that dominated manufacturing architecture in the early 20th century. Located within the DUMBO Historic District, the spectacular brick building was constructed by the Brillo Company in 1950 and converted to boutique condominium use in 2015. Today’s residents enjoy a stunning 14-foot-tall lobby entry, attended door, landscaped sunken garden, gym with Pelotons, bike storage and private garden access to parking.
Positioned in one of the city’s most coveted residential enclaves, this true boutique building delivers easy access to the magnificent waterfront Brooklyn Bridge Park, offering 85 acres of outdoor space and recreation. Fantastic dining and nightlife line the nearby streets, while the Empire Stores and St. Ann’s warehouse offer great shopping and entertainment. Abundant transportation options, including F, A/C and 2/3 trains and the Fulton Ferry Landing, provide excellent access to the rest of the city.