This loft-like Williamsburg condo offers 12-foot ceilings and a corner berth that makes for striking views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline. It’s at 60 Broadway on the eighth floor of the Gretsch Building, a former musical instrument factory that was converted in 2005.
The place is pretty fab on its own, but there’s also an intriguing opportunity here for the buyer who’s deep-pocketed enough to pull it off (and that’s extremely deep-pocketed). An adjoining corner unit is also for sale, allowing for the option of buying both and combining them, making for over 4,000 square feet of space and a panoramic view that’d be pretty exceptional.
As it stands, this one’s got three bedrooms and 2.5 baths, with a master bedroom that offers a walk-in closet, an en suite white marble bath and the same west-facing vista as the living room.
The kitchen is open plan, as one would expect, with powder blue cabinetry, granite countertops, a spacious island, a Wolf range and a SubZero fridge. There’s a working fireplace in the adjoining living room.
Note the broad column that stands in the middle of the entrance foyer and extends up into an illuminated opening at the top. Charming quirk or annoying obstruction: you be the judge.
There’s a washer and dryer in the unit; the building offers a doorman, storage, a roof deck, bike storage, a library and a conference room. Monthly charges come to $1,823; there is currently a J-51 tax abatement which runs through 2020.
Listed by Jennifer Carlson and Roni Dotan of Corcoran, the place is asking $2.995 million. The aforementioned adjoining unit, which is comparably sized, wants an even $3 million. If you had $6 million to spend on a condo would you consider it?
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