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There are only a few true original loft apartments left in DUMBO, and this is one of them. (Sponsored)

A keyed private elevator opens directly into this one-of-a-kind 3,300 square foot loft. Featured in multiple publications, including Architectural Digest, the original timber beams, high ceilings, and exposed brick walls are juxtaposed with a wall of glass windows, oak floors, and a modern kitchen.

The sprawling, sunny living room at 45 feet wide allows for several distinct sitting areas and configurations to satisfy any and all living and entertainment needs. The kitchen boasts custom Italian cabinetry with generous storage and top of the line appliances. Just off the kitchen is your private outdoor terrace where you can soak up the sun and views of the East River and Manhattan.

185 Plymouth was developed by acclaimed developer, Alloy, who won three prestigious architectural awards for its creative reimagination of this building. Originally a 200’ thru-block warehouse for Arbuckle Brothers Coffee in the early 1900s, the interior of the building was carved out to create an interior courtyard unlocking air and light for the ten individual lofts. Check out the full listing here.

Contact Details:

Callie Katt

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