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Industrial-Chic Apartment in one of Brooklyn’s Trendiest Neighborhoods Sells for $5.33 Million

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A loft-style apartment in a historic waterfront building in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood sold for $5.33 million, setting a unit price record for the area.

Located in The Mill, a 100-year-old industrial building converted to condominiums in 2008, this apartment spans approximately 2,200 square feet. Douglas Elliman’s listings averaged $2,490 per square foot, according to his agent Wesley Stanton, with Tony’s Williamsburg being the highest.

“It’s in a great location, and the unit has massive rooms, high ceilings, wooden beams and columns, exposed brick, and floors that are over 100 years old,” Stanton said. “This is a one-of-a-kind property that will appeal to those looking for an authentic loft aesthetic.”

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Stanton, along with colleagues Katherine Slotnick and Douglas Elliman’s Alejandra Kata Posas, signed the deal in mid-October and listed the apartment for $5.995 million. The sale ended Wednesday afternoon with him at $5.33 million.

The transaction has not yet been recorded in the public domain records.

The private seller assembled the apartment and roof terrace in separate deals and underwent a gut renovation with the help of architect Thomas Jensen, combining authentic old-world details with modern design and convenience, Stanton said. rice field.

The home has 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a loft-style entertainment space, a home office, and an open kitchen. The listing says it has a beautiful 1,600-square-foot private rooftop deck with an outdoor kitchen, sun lounge, and hot tub.

The apartment is equipped with smart home technology including a 5-zone Sonos stereo system with in-ceiling speakers, a central HVA, and a Lutron lighting system. Also on the list are views of the Williamsburg Bridge, the East River and the Manhattan skyline.

Building amenities include a dedicated doorman, communal roof terrace, on-site garage, storage, bike room, and ground floor retail, yoga and salon studios.

According to Douglas Elliman’s October report, Brooklyn’s luxury home market has performed strongly over the past two years, with third-quarter average selling prices up 9.7% year-over-year to a record $3.46 million. reached.


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