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Vanessa Hudgens Sells Condo in Historic Brooklyn Waterfront Building at a Loss

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Vanessa Hudgens certainly had an active year real estate. according to mud, of spring breakers The star’s latest deal is the sale of the historic Cass Gilbert-designed Austin Nichols House condominium on the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn. The legendary architect originally designed this building in 1915 as a manufacturing plant and warehouse, according to the building’s website. It was then used as the distillery for Wild He Turkey, a popular whiskey brand. The structure is one of his earliest reinforced concrete warehouses in the United States and, because of its rich heritage, is a designated landmark on the National Register of Historic Places.

Despite its history and location, the 669-square-foot condo took a toll on Hudgens, who purchased the one-bed, one-bath residence for $983,000 and sold it for $975,000 this past September. I don’t know what it looked like when it was sold, but from the building’s website, all unit’s standard features include “a 12-foot loft perched atop chevron-lined tobacco-smoked oak floors. You can see that it includes a kitchen with a “ceiling” and brushed concrete. Custom cabinets with stone countertops and white matte lacquer finish.

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Redesigned in 2016 by Morris Adimi Architects from a rental property to a luxury condominium, the building is packed with deluxe amenities such as a communal sundeck. Zen garden and courtyard. Fitness center; Amenities floor with recreational and co-working spaces, resident cafe, catering kitchen, children’s playroom, theater and music rehearsal room.

In March high school musical Alum off-roading her historic 1922 Los Ferris A house built by an early 20th century film director Cecil B. DeMilleto Ronan Farrow and John Lovett“I wanted an old house,” Hudgens previously said advertisement About discerning renovation house. “For me, there’s something very romantic about it. It’s a house with character and quirks.”

july, actor purchased a modern farmhouse style Built in 1963, the five-bedroom, five-bath house was older, given Hudgens’ penchant for historic buildings. .

originally appeared architectural digest

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