Description

Condo – Built in 2007 – 58 Apartments – 18 Floors - Fully Occupied Building
Off Market Property.
Snuggled close by the Brooklyn end of the Manhattan Bridge, this 18story residential condominium building at 189 Bridge Street was completed in 2007 and commands spectacular views of the Lower Manhattan skyline, East River bridges and downtown Brooklyn.

The building is notable not only for its very prominent location, but also for its many balconies with rounded corners, its pinkish concrete facade with incised lines, and its stack of oval windows on one facade.

The building has 58 apartments, a skylit lobby with a 20-foot ceiling, a doorman, 24-hour concierge service, shuttle service to the subway at rush hours, a garage, a fitness center, and two gardens.

Each apartment has SubZero refrigerators, Viking ranges, Bosch dishwashers, wine cooler and double-deck washers and dryers.
The 17th and 18th floors are a 5,000-square-foot duplex penthouse unit with views in all directions and a double-height living room and two glass staircases. In August, 2010, it was priced at $7 million.

The building, reduced some apartment prices in March, 2010 and about 20 units were acquired by an investor to rent.

Buyer pays 3% fee
Must complete NDA to get full offering report.
Will disclose full financials after LOI and Prove of funds have been submitted.

Posted Nov 30, 2016

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