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This sprawling 1,582 square foot floor-thru encompasses the entire width of the building with sweeping 270 degree views and large balcony facing West. The windowed-entryway leads to the great room with its North and South exposures, stunning views and open kitchen. Each of the three bedrooms has incredible light and views while the master suite includes dual sinks and a separate shower enclosure.
With interiors designed by ODA New York, The Brooklyn Grove features a subtle mingling of organic materials and lush textures. Each room offers unexpected touches and welcome surprises including wide plank oak flooring throughout. In the kitchen, custom rift oak cabinetry strikes a distinct contrast against the concrete-hued Caesarstone countertop, Taj Mahal stone backsplash, and antique brass hardware. The elegance of the master bathroom is perfected with two types of marble and stone mingling to create a neutral palette that lets the world fall away. A composition of Santa Marina stone tile walls, Waterworks fixtures, and oak vanity with Fior di Bosco countertops complete the bath.
A new kind of building has taken root in Downtown Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Grove's facade makes a statement along Nevins Street, featuring subtly glaze brick and distinctive windows that draw the eye upwards. Reminiscent of an ancient Japanese temple, the inviting attended lobby is rich in thoughtful materiality, with sightlines to Grove Place and beyond. Cutting-edge culture, boutique shopping and the best dining are all located right outside its doors. The Brooklyn Grove's multi-textured design story continues with the residents' lounge, located in a soaring space with 22-foot ceilings, a fireplace, pool table and screening area. The rooftop lounge features idyllic views, with lounging and dining areas, and BBQ grills for al fresco gatherings. Wellness amenities include a 40-foot indoor swimming pool and fitness center with yoga room. The private dining room is a place to bring friends and family together for celebratory dinners and drinks. Parking, a children's playroom, pet spa, package room with cold storage, private storage, and bike storage round out the extensive amenities offering.
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The projected real estate taxes for the first year of operation contained in this advertisement are based on an assessment of the building before construction is complete. Purchasers are advised that real estate taxes may increase materially when the building is reassessed after construction is complete.
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