Renovated 2 BR 2 Bath Co-op Steps from the Brooklyn Bridge
Open house Thurs. 5/11, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Located steps from the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge, this spacious corner apartment is set back from the street in a full-service 24-hour doorman building.
As you enter, you are greeted by a large westward facing living room, an open-concept kitchen, and a corner dining area off the kitchen. The living room is framed by built-in cabinets and flooded with sunlight. The kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a separate pantry closet. Separating the kitchen and living room is a granite bar that's perfect for breakfast or entertaining. The dining area has a built-in bench and corner window with views of Walt Whitman park and the Freedom Tower.
Off the main hallway are a modern bathroom and two generously-sized bedrooms. The master bedroom has south and west exposures and its own private bathroom. The second bedroom features a double closet with Closetmaid organization system. Refinished oak floors run throughout the apartment. Best of all, the apartment features its own full-size washer and dryer.
Concord Village (www.concordvillageny.com) is a welcoming, pet-friendly community of seven high-rise buildings. Home to many families and young professionals, the complex is a short walk to Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo. Eight subway lines and two Citibike stations are nearby. A supermarket, dry cleaner, and cafe are all on site. Along the property's northern edge you'll find Dumbo Heights (dumboheights.com), a high-tech hub with a WeWork office, craft brewery, restaurants, coffee shops, and more. Metrotech, Trader Joe's, Target, and the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema at the new City Point center (citypointbrooklyn.com) are eight blocks away. This summer, work on the Brooklyn Gateway Project -- a multi-million dollar renovation of the entry to the Brooklyn Bridge -- will finish. When complete, Adams and Tillary streets will feature new bike lanes, landscaping, and boardwalk-style tree-lined walkways (see http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/tillary-adams-reconstruction.pdf).
Concord Village also offers a gym, landscaped grounds, on-site parking (with waitlist), dog run (one dog per apartment), bicycle and storage rooms, a children's play area and garden, and common roof decks with stunning views of lower Manhattan -- perfect for July 4th fireworks! Among the oldest and most financially secure buildings in Downtown Brooklyn, the co-op has a large reserve fund and a history of low maintenance increases and rapidly increasing property values.