Designed by Christopher T. Menziuso, among houses on a leafy street that date to the mid-19th century, Twenty-One Powers’ Roman brick detailing evokes Williamsburg’s industrial past.
The new condo building features one- and two-bedroom duplexes and simplexes as well as three penthouses. There is abundant light, and many of the 14 homes have private outdoor space.
Interiors were designed by GE-T Architects. Open kitchens feature undermount sinks (Blanco), faucets in polished chrome (Hansgrohe), stainless steel refrigerators (Miele), dual fuel gas ranges (Miele), dishwashers (Miele) and high efficiency electric washer and dryers (Bosch).
Amenities include a virtual doorman, fitness studio with Peleton bikes, package room, rooftop lounge, bicycle storage, and a laundry room. In addition, enclosed parking, secured storage space and rooftop cabanas are available for purchase.
Residents can enjoy local night life at Rocka Rolla or Kellogg’s Diner, just down the block. St. Anselm, Spuyten Duyvil, and the Knitting Factory are a quick walk. Sushi and ramen at Suzume is comfortably close. Plenty of coffee joints are nearby as well, such as The West Coffeeshop and Bar.
Multiple subway lines are nearby, including the G, L, and J, M, and Z, offering easy access into Manhattan, Brooklyn and beyond.
One-bedrooms start at $779,000. Sales and marketing are being handled by the Aguayo Team at Halstead Property Development Marketing.
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