According to Streeteasy.com, there are 8 listings for 3 bedroom condos in Dumbo with a median value of $4,475,000. If you follow real estate in Dumbo, 3+ bedrooms don’t come on the market that often. The ones that do are either new development or the $18Million 1 Main Street Penthouse (on the market since August 2009). Here’s a for sale by owner listing for a 3 bedroom loft at 70 Washington Street. Per Streeteasy, there’s an open house on Saturday, November 1 from 11am-1pm and on Sunday, November 2nd from 11am – 1pm.
Super sunny and spacious corner 3 bedroom/3 bath condo. A long foyer entry has multiple closets and laundry room with Bosch washer/dryer and extra cabinet storage. All windows are CitiQuiet windows for supurb sound proofing. Master bathroom has double sinks, a glass enclosed shower and a separate jacuzzi tub. The open kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances including SubZero fridge, Viking range, Thermador oven, Bosch dishwasher, and U-line wine fridge. Dornbracht fixtures, high baseboards, solid core natural wood doors, original concrete beams/columns, and lofty 12 foot ceilings add to the appeal. The building features 24-hour concierge, roof deck, and gym.
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View from a Red Antler conference room, 20 Jay Street
We all know the story of how Dumbo transformed over the years from a center of Brooklyn industry, to a mecca for artists looking for cheap real estate, to the headquarters for creative businesses it is today. Tech start-ups, design firms, photographers, and sound studios all take advantage of the neighborhood’s abundant warehouse space, perfect for modern, open-plan office layouts.
Dumbo has a lot to offer this new breed of creative innovators — outstanding views, bars, restaurants, shopping, a brand-new park, and a vibrant technology and design community who inspire, challenge and support each other. If you’re wondering what it’s like to work in Dumbo today, here’s an inside look at what’s going down at three of the coolest offices in Dumbo.
The first listings for 60 Water Street have launched last week. Move-ins are expected for December 1, 2014. The new construction building includes 290 rental units, as well as a 300 seat public middle school with an entrance along Dock Street and some ground floor retail along Water Street. The building is designed by LEESER Architecture and Ismael Leyva Architects.
60 Water Street will feature studios, one bedrooms and two-bedrooms. 60 Water Street will be leased in phases with a couple dozen residences released during the first phase and occupancy will begin December 1. The full launch of the building will begin with the second phase which is scheduled for early 2015, when a larger selection of residences will be made available.
All of the above units come with laundry in unit, dishwasher, hardwood floors. Building amenities include a full-time doorman, gym and outdoor areas. For more details, go to their website at 60water.com.
Floorplans shown after the jump.
Renderings Credit: David Huang
Floorplans Courtesy of Two Tress Management Company
Previous Dock Street coverage here:Dock Street Building Now Seven Stories High