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75 Columbia Street

Apt. 5A
Between Congress Street and Warren Street
Condo
$1,750,000
Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,002
Monthly Taxes: $89
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 3 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 4 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 5 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number R Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number F Smith St - Warren St
Subway number G Smith St - Warren St
Essentials
Price $1,750,000
Type Condo
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5
Key Features
Corner Apartment
Elevator
Full City View
Full Skyline View
Central Air
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Modern Kitchen
Washer/Dryer

At the heart of Columbia Street Waterfront District awaits a spectacular three bedroom, two bathroom oasis at 75 Columbia Street! Enter into this magnificent corner apartment and you are immediately greeted with sunlight and a feeling of serenity. Perched on the fifth floor, your spacious living and dining room feature unparalleled open panoramic views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline. The open kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances, sleek & extra wide Caeserstone countertops, and plenty of pantry and cabinet storage. All three bedrooms are airy and drenched in light through oversized windows. Both bathrooms, one on either side of the apartment, have clean finishes, one with a standing shower and the other with a tub. Eight closets and eleven windows can be found throughout the apartment and a vented washer/dryer is located just outside the master bedroom!

75 Columbia Street is a new-development condominium that offers amenities such as a virtual doorman, elevator, kid's playroom, and a common roofdeck with views of lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Statue of Liberty. Built in 2010, there are fifteen years remaining on the 421A Tax abatement. Here you’ll find yourself just blocks away from neighborhood favorites like Alma, Lucali, Watty & Meg, Brooklyn Farmacy, Sahadi’s, Chez Moi, & Mazzola Bakery. Fill up on groceries at Union Market or Trader Joe’s, all within a few blocks. In a few minutes you can arrive at Brooklyn Bridge Park, home of the South Brooklyn ferry, playgrounds, picnic areas, and numerous athletic fields, all underneath the breathtaking backdrop of the East River and the skyline.

Brooklyn
Brooklyn was once its own city, and still has a proud, independent, we’re-the-best-place-to-live vibe.
There’s certainly a residential experience for every taste. Brooklyn Heights is a classic suburb, with a half-mile long Promenade, 19th-century townhouses, and small co-ops. Along with the Heights, neighborhoods like Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, and Park Slope make up an area known as “Brownstone Brooklyn,” and their row houses often boast historical detailing, high ceilings, and fireplaces. Single-family houses abound in Brooklyn also, in neighborhoods like Ditmas Park, which has one of the largest groups of Victorian houses in the country; Flatbush, which has Colonial Revival houses with large lawns, and Mill Basin, where it’s possible to buy a waterfront single-family with a swimming pool. To the south, the peninsula of Coney Island has four neighborhoods — Brighton Beach, Coney Island, Manhattan Beach and Seagate — that are all about beaches, sun, and sand.
Explore Brooklyn
75 Columbia Street
Details
Postwar
Built in 2010
7 floors
12 units
Elevator
Amenities
Common roof deck
Common storage
Common terrace
Exercise room
Garage
Playroom

75 Columbia Street
Apt. 5A
Between Congress Street and Warren Street
Condo
Essentials
Price $1,750,000
Type Condo
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5

At the heart of Columbia Street Waterfront District awaits a spectacular three bedroom, two bathroom oasis at 75 Columbia Street! Enter into this magnificent corner apartment and you are immediately greeted with sunlight and a feeling of serenity. Perched on the fifth floor, your spacious living and dining room feature unparalleled open panoramic views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline. The open kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances, sleek & extra wide Caeserstone countertops, and plenty of pantry and cabinet storage. All three bedrooms are airy and drenched in light through oversized windows. Both bathrooms, one on either side of the apartment, have clean finishes, one with a standing shower and the other with a tub. Eight closets and eleven windows can be found throughout the apartment and a vented washer/dryer is located just outside the master bedroom!

75 Columbia Street is a new-development condominium that offers amenities such as a virtual doorman, elevator, kid's playroom, and a common roofdeck with views of lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Statue of Liberty. Built in 2010, there are fifteen years remaining on the 421A Tax abatement. Here you’ll find yourself just blocks away from neighborhood favorites like Alma, Lucali, Watty & Meg, Brooklyn Farmacy, Sahadi’s, Chez Moi, & Mazzola Bakery. Fill up on groceries at Union Market or Trader Joe’s, all within a few blocks. In a few minutes you can arrive at Brooklyn Bridge Park, home of the South Brooklyn ferry, playgrounds, picnic areas, and numerous athletic fields, all underneath the breathtaking backdrop of the East River and the skyline.

Corner Apartment
Elevator
Full City View
Full Skyline View
Central Air
Dishwasher
Excellent Light
Modern Kitchen
Washer/Dryer
Brooklyn
Brooklyn was once its own city, and still has a proud, independent, we’re-the-best-place-to-live vibe.
There’s certainly a residential experience for every taste. Brooklyn Heights is a classic suburb, with a half-mile long Promenade, 19th-century townhouses, and small co-ops. Along with the Heights, neighborhoods like Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, and Park Slope make up an area known as “Brownstone Brooklyn,” and their row houses often boast historical detailing, high ceilings, and fireplaces. Single-family houses abound in Brooklyn also, in neighborhoods like Ditmas Park, which has one of the largest groups of Victorian houses in the country; Flatbush, which has Colonial Revival houses with large lawns, and Mill Basin, where it’s possible to buy a waterfront single-family with a swimming pool. To the south, the peninsula of Coney Island has four neighborhoods — Brighton Beach, Coney Island, Manhattan Beach and Seagate — that are all about beaches, sun, and sand.
Explore Brooklyn
Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R Subway number F Subway number G
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 3 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 4 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 5 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number R Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number F Smith St - Warren St
Subway number G Smith St - Warren St
75 Columbia Street
Details
Postwar
Built in 2010
7 floors
12 units
Elevator
Amenities
Common roof deck
Common storage
Common terrace
Exercise room
Garage
Playroom