In historic Dumbo, 60 Water Street offers city living with a connection to Brooklyn’s history and greatest asset: the waterfront. Located on a historic Belgian block street across the street from Brooklyn Bridge Park, the 17-story modern, minimalist luxury rental building overlooks the Brooklyn Bridge, the Brooklyn waterfront, and Manhattan.
Its patterned glass facade reflects the sky and its dramatic setting. A landscaped roof deck designed by James Corner Field Operations — of High Line and Domino Park fame — commands views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges.
Designed by LEESER Architecture, 60 Water offers light-filled spaces with floor-to-ceiling windows, oak floors, solar shades, central A/C and in-unit laundry.
In the kitchens and bathrooms you’ll find Caesarstone countertops with appliances from Leibherr and Bosch. Select units come with home offices and private terraces.
60 Water Street encapsulates Two Trees’ approach to building neighborhoods. Their motto, “People prosper when neighborhoods bloom,” is reflected in a portfolio that includes Manhattan’s Mercedes House, Fort Greene’s 300 Ashland, and Williamsburg’s 325 Kent and One South First, both part of the Domino Sugar Factory development.
Most Two Trees buildings have roof decks and outdoor space and are near parks and the waterfront — all welcome features in these times when outdoor space is at a premium.
At 300 Ashland, residents enjoy a full floor of amenities including a rooftop terrace, sun deck and outdoor seating.
At One South First, residents have multiple outdoor spaces, roof deck cabanas and direct front-door access to vibrant Domino Park and the East River waterfront escape.
325 Kent provides outdoor grilling and dining areas, a 24-hour concierge, and direct access to Domino park and the river.
Mercedes House in Hell’s Kitchen spirals 30 stories above the city with unobstructed views of the Hudson River. Residents have direct access to a world-class fitness center — indoor and outdoor pools included.
Meanwhile, at 60 Water Street, studio, one-, and two-bedroom residences are now leasing.
Dumbo, of course, features an abundance of scenic streets, outdoor activities, cultural attractions and eateries, including St. Ann’s Warehouse, Cecconi’s, Grimaldi’s, The River Cafe and Dumbo House.
The A, C and F trains, as well as the ferry, are nearby.
For more information about 60 Water Street, visit the website here.
[Photos via Two Trees]