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1 bed, 656 sqft, $3,640
Situated in Downtown Brooklyn and at the cross section of three of Brooklyn&ap
os;s most desirable neighborhoods (Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill), 110 Livingston is a nifty and elegant Beaux Arts-style condo building. Originally designed in 1926 by one of New York's most historic architectural firms (McKim, Mead and White), the building served as a former headquarters for the Elks as well as Board of Education headquarters before it was completely renovated and converted into 300 condominiums in 2007. Back then, a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom unit sold for around $753,000. W...hat people love about the landmark building is that it melds classic style and formidable structure with sleek and new features. Also, the building offers generous units as well as the elegant common spaces that are loaded with amenities, including ceilings that tower from 10-to-12 feet, a completely restored lobby, 24-hour concierge, a state-of-the-art fitness center and rooftop deck with views of Brooklyn and Manhattan. Bamboo floors, marble baths, and kitchens with professional-grade appliances from Sub-Zero, Viking, Bosch and Thermador are just the beginning. The location provides pretty screaming access to hot-spot shopping and attractions (Trader Joe's, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Barney's Co-op) as well as myriad rapid transit options, including the 2,3,4,5,M,R,F, and A trains are all just one block away. If you have to have a car, a space in the parking garage is available for a separate fee. From one of the most historic architectural firms, McKim, Mead and White, comes one of its most celebrated buildings. Restored and transformed. Its list of amenities is as oversized as its layouts. A 24-hour concierge, fitness center and rooftop deck with views that go on forever. The lobby has been returned to its original beauty and residences have been designed with a modern sensibility. Bamboo floors, marble baths, and kitchens with professional-grade appliances from Sub-Zero, Viking, Bos8ch and Thermador are just the beginning. A historic Beaux Arts-style landmark is now a prized Brooklyn Heights address.
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