It’s been almost six years since 133 Water Street, the Scarano-designed residential building in the shadows of the Manhattan Bridge, gave up on its plans to sell condos and went rental. Last summer, encouraged, presumably, by the booming market, the building’s owners decided to start selling the apartments as condos as they became vacant. According to StreetEasy, six of them are already in contract and another five, including this 4th-floor unit asking $899,00, are on the market. This particular pad has two bedrooms and 1,049 square feet. We have no idea whether the proximity to the bridge means that subway noise is a problem, but otherwise this unit looks pretty nice and has decent natural light. Have any readers lived in, or been inside this building?
133 Water Street, #4B [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
Dumbo’s 133 Water Goes Rental [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: 133 Water Street [Brownstoner]
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