30 Washington Street #2d
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Description for 30 Washington Street #2d, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Open House is by appointment. Please email Justin at JBlake@Twotreesny.com to set up a time.
Take Advantage of Free Rent! First month on 13 month lease is free.
Sunny and spacious corner 2-bedroom apartment with wide living space, Pullman kitchen, hardwood flooring and exposed beams throughout.
Brooklyn’s waterfront community of DUMBO is getting a spectacular new residence, a luxury rental building, at 30 Washington Street. The impressive red brick homes were re-developed by DUMBO pioneers Two Trees Management and designed by renowned architects WASA/Studio A -Wank Adams Slavin Associates, LLP. The historic property is named after 19th-century builder, Robert Gair, who is also responsible for nine other waterfront buildings in the area.
30 Washington’s expertly preserved exterior recalls the building’s integral role as part of Brooklyn’s proud manufacturing past. Two Trees, under the direction of David and Jed Walentas, has been at the forefront of DUMBO’s success as a
- Status: Available
- Listing type: For Rent
- Property type: Residential
- Layout: 2 Bedroom
- Occupancy status: Vacant
- Square footage: 1,029
- Bathrooms: 2
- Bedrooms: 2
- Monthly taxes: 0
- Common charges maintenance fee: 0
- Furnished type: Unfurnished
- Number of shares: 0
- Percent of common elements: 0
- Source: Nestio
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Last Updated 10/24/2016 at 7:09pm