25 Carroll StreetApt. 2A
Columbia Street/Van Brunt Street Red Hook
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.897
- Exposure South & East
- New Development
- Central air
- Exposed brick
- Hardwood floors
- Modern kitchen
- New windows
- Storage space
Visit 25carroll.com 25 Carroll began its life as the Brooklyn Macaroni Co. and has now been converted to 17 condominium lofts retaining and respecting the character of the building. Located in the Columbia Street Waterfront district, this 5 story elevator building has been restored to preserve the building's history, harmoniously blending the old and the new. Living/dining spaces are light and open with high ceilings, large windows and 100-year old exposed pine beams and columns. Open kitchens feature custom cabinetry made of white furniture-grade plywood with exposed edges, pre-cast concrete counters and stainless steel appliances from Bosch. Baths have white glazed ceramic subway tile walls and white hex-tile floors with contrasting dark grout, pedestal sinks supported on steel legs and fittings from Chicago Faucets. Units feature hard maple strip flooring, new double-hung windows, private deeded storage, central A/C and Bosch washer and dryer. Enjoy extraordinary views of downtown Manhattan and New York Harbor from the common roof terrace or from private outdoor spaces available in some units. J-51 tax abatement. Anticipated closing June '11. Complete terms are contained in an Offering Plan, File No. CD10-0143.
This large corner studio with a home office has bright southern exposure and 10'8" ceilings in the living/dining area, windowed open kitchen and the home office has eastern exposure and a large window.
Additional features of this property include: 10' 8" ceilings, Windowed home office, South and East exposures, and 18sf full height private deeded storage.
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Runs from the East River to the Brooklyn-Queens expressway, with Atlantic Avenue as its northern boundary.
Red Hook is developing, condo by condo, from the waterside out. A spit of land that juts out into the East River (red is the color of the soil, and the Dutch word “hoek” means “point,”) once-industrial Red Hook has welcomed popular grocer Fairway as a keystone in its redevelopment. Now, one of New York’s oldest working ports is home to new condos that offer amenities such as solid mahogany doors, jacuzzi tubs, and private balconies. Roof decks — some shared, some private — take advantage of Red Hook’s stunning water views, which include unrivaled views of the Statue of Liberty. Some Red Hook apartments are located in converted townhouses whose renovations include central air conditioning, kitchens with stainless-steel appliances, and oak floors.