Bold and Breathtaking in Williamsburg – 88 Withers Street

It’s not quite the Jenga building across the river in Manhattan but it’s just as cool. It’s daring. It’s different. It’s 88 Withers Street in Williamsburg and it makes the latest edition of our “Buildings We Love” series. 88 Withers Street, also known as Element 88, might just be one of the most unique buildings in Williamsburg. The luxury condo is located on the south side of Withers Street between Meeker ...

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The Umbrella Factory Sets to Launch, 710 Metropolitan Avenue

The Umbrella Factory - 710 Metropolitan Avenue, a new luxury condo in Williamsburg, Brooklyn has been quietly introduced to the sales market by MNS Real Estate.  The historic brick building sits on the south side of Metropolitan Avenue between Graham Avenue and Manhattan Avenue. Upon further inspection, the only part of the original structure that will remain is the three-story brick shell.  The innards of the building have been stripped and ...

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85 North 3rd Street, Apt 302/303

At first glance, we thought that we had entered the Bergdorf Goodman store on 5th Avenue. But once the shock wore off, we realized that we had actually walked into a closet. Well, not just any closet. This is a closet that befits royalty, beautifully designed and large enough to fit a lifetime of wearables.   Residence 302/303 at the Mill Building in Williamsburg is a designer loft that has left no ...

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140 Nassau Street, 6-A

Love architecture.  Love curves. Then this glorious open living room at the historic Morse Building will suit your needs down to the last arch.  Soaring barrel vaulted ceilings and an array of oversized arched windows that wrap around the loft give this dramatic space an inspiring one-of-a-kind feel.  Add the in-your-face views of the historic architecture just outside these windows and you would be hard pressed to match the drama ...

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60 Broadway, 10-H

What if you re-designed your kitchen and forgot about installing the cabinetry.  Well, this stunning open kitchen at the historic Gretsch Building in Brooklyn pulled off this rather unusual design trick by eliminating all of the upper cabinetry.  Instead of the traditional cabinet design, the walls are adorned with slabs of a dark honed granite.  Small wood shelves, randomly placed, break up the mass.  Lacquered lower cabinets in an enchanting ...

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