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79 Wolcott Street
79 Wolcott Street
Co-op, New Development
Details
Co-op
New Development
Built in 2006
3 floors
20 units
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common terrace
Garage
High-speed internet
Meeting room
Multi-floor laundry
Video security
Beautiful City and River Views
Hardwood Floors
New Kitchens w Stainless Appliances
Private and Public Outdoor Spaces
Subway and Glass Tile Bathrooms
Amazing Closet Space with Shelving
Great Light
Bus on the block
Gated Parking for $85/month
Near Van Brunt, Fairway, Ikea & Parks
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Red Hook
Runs from the East River to the Brooklyn-Queens expressway, with Atlantic Avenue as its northern boundary.
Red Hook is developing, condo by condo, from the waterside out. The once-industrial neighborhood has welcomed popular grocer Fairway as a keystone in its redevelopment. Now, one of New York’s oldest working ports is home to new condos that offer amenities such as solid mahogany doors, Jacuzzi tubs, and private balconies. Roof decks — some shared, some private — take advantage of the stunning water views, which include unrivaled sights of the Statue of Liberty. Additionally, some apartments are located in converted townhouses whose renovations include central air conditioning, kitchens with stainless-steel appliances and oak floors.
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79 Wolcott Street
79 Wolcott Street
Co-op, New Development
-
Co-op
New Development
Built in 2006
3 floors
20 units
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common terrace
Garage
High-speed internet
Meeting room
Multi-floor laundry
Video security
Beautiful City and River Views
Hardwood Floors
New Kitchens w Stainless Appliances
Private and Public Outdoor Spaces
Subway and Glass Tile Bathrooms
Amazing Closet Space with Shelving
Great Light
Bus on the block
Gated Parking for $85/month
Near Van Brunt, Fairway, Ikea & Parks
Unit Price Beds Baths Date Sold
202B $599,000 2 1 10/7/2016
Red Hook
Runs from the East River to the Brooklyn-Queens expressway, with Atlantic Avenue as its northern boundary.
Red Hook is developing, condo by condo, from the waterside out. The once-industrial neighborhood has welcomed popular grocer Fairway as a keystone in its redevelopment. Now, one of New York’s oldest working ports is home to new condos that offer amenities such as solid mahogany doors, Jacuzzi tubs, and private balconies. Roof decks — some shared, some private — take advantage of the stunning water views, which include unrivaled sights of the Statue of Liberty. Additionally, some apartments are located in converted townhouses whose renovations include central air conditioning, kitchens with stainless-steel appliances and oak floors.
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