Enjoy exceptional living space and extraordinary views in Dumbo's premier full-service prewar condominium! This fabulous 1,417 sq ft Brooklyn loft with one bedroom plus a home-office/den and two baths is spacious, light-bathed and finely designed. Residence 8I at the sought-after 70 Washington Street is the perfect NYC retreat, overlooking grand bridges and the NY Harbor through oversized Citiquiet windows in the living room and master bedroom. Airy 11-foot beamed ceilings, gorgeous sustainable bamboo floors, refined finishes, and a contemporary open living/dining/kitchen layout are among the alluring highlights of this gracious sun-filled home. A large entry foyer greets your arrival, presenting a huge...walk-in closet, laundry room and additional closets at right, and a second bedroom and full bath on the left. Beyond is the great room where you can entertain in style. The sleek open kitchen with custom cabinetry, granite counters, top-grade stainless steel appliances and wine fridge provides easy serving to the long counter that seats over four, and the neighboring dining area. The master suite is absolutely divine, brightened by huge windows, completed by an adjoining dressing area with enormous closets, and luxurious five-fixture spa bath where you can refresh and renew, featuring a marble-top double sink vanity, soaking tub, and separate frameless glass-enclosed shower. Built in 1910 as a former factory, and converted to a superlative condominium in 2005, 70 Washington melds chic modern design with classic industrial flair in Brooklyn's best neighborhood. Residents enjoy a wide array of amenities such as a 24-hour doorman/concierge, private fitness facility, valet laundry, and a 7,500 sq ft landscaped roof deck. It's pet-friendly, too. The superior location in the heart of the Brooklyn Waterfront District is minutes from Brooklyn Bridge Park, restaurants, cafes, boutiques, galleries, theater spaces, the A, C, 2, 3 and F trains, and East River Ferry/Water Taxi. Please note that there currently an assessment in place of $457.74/month to replenish capital reserves.
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