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1257 Dekalb Avenue
1257 Dekalb Avenue
Subway Lines
Subway number M Subway number J Subway number Z
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number M Myrtle Ave - Cedar St
Subway number J Patchen Ave - Broadway
Subway number Z Broadway - Myrtle Ave
Details
Condo
PostWar
Built in 2015
5 floors
4 units
5 floors
Amenities
Cable ready
Common roof deck
Private storage
Hallway Art Installations
twelve fifty-seven dekalb avenue, bushwick condos

twelve fifty-seven dekalb avenue is a thoughtfully designed and finished four-unit boutique condominium building in vibrant and exciting Bushwick! These sleek full floor and duplex homes feature the qualities today’s buyers seek - expansive living and kitchen areas perfect for entertaining, oversized windows bringing in fabulous light, energy efficient heating and cooling systems, king-sized master bedrooms with generous en-suite baths, in-unit laundry, plenty of closet space, plus additional deeded basement storage rooms for each unit. All units feature five-inch white oak plank flooring and gorgeous kitchens with custom cabinetry, marbled Quartz countertops, and high end GE appliances, including five burner gas ranges plus vented Broan hoods. Bathrooms have been fitted with Duravit deep soaking tubs and beautiful tile work. Nestled among many of Bushwick’s exciting local destinations including Bushwick Public House, Chuko Ramen, The Wheelhouse, Sunrise/Sunset, Little Skips, Birdy’s, Bossa Nova Civic Club, Maite, Le Garage, Wilson’s Tea and Coffee, Alphaville and down the block from a blossoming community garden, residents will experience all of the culture that Bushwick has to offer.

Agents
Licensed RE Salesperson
M: (718) 765-3711
P: (862) 823-2674
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (718) 923-8084
P: (718) 938-9688

Bushwick
Living in Bushwick
As the up-and-coming bohemian hangout of Brooklyn, Bushwick is chock-full of apartments to both rent and buy. The neighborhood is sometimes described as a unique melding of the East Village and Williamsburg, rolled into the industrial setting of northeastern Brooklyn. Former industrial lofts and warehouses have been converted to live/work spaces, as well as artists’ studios. Many of these residences and work spaces in Bushwick still retain details, like expansive spaces and soaring ceilings, found in those old lofts and warehouses.
Explore Bushwick
1257 Dekalb Avenue
1257 Dekalb Avenue
twelve fifty-seven dekalb avenue, bushwick condos
twelve fifty-seven dekalb avenue is a thoughtfully designed and finished four-unit boutique condominium building in vibrant and exciting Bushwick! These sleek full floor and duplex homes feature the qualities today’s buyers seek - expansive living and kitchen areas perfect for entertaining, oversized windows bringing in fabulous light, energy efficient heating and cooling systems, king-sized master bedrooms with generous en-suite baths, in-unit laundry, plenty of closet space, plus additional deeded basement storage rooms for each unit. All units feature five-inch white oak plank flooring and gorgeous kitchens with custom cabinetry, marbled Quartz countertops, and high end GE appliances, including five burner gas ranges plus vented Broan hoods. Bathrooms have been fitted with Duravit deep soaking tubs and beautiful tile work. Nestled among many of Bushwick’s exciting local destinations including Bushwick Public House, Chuko Ramen, The Wheelhouse, Sunrise/Sunset, Little Skips, Birdy’s, Bossa Nova Civic Club, Maite, Le Garage, Wilson’s Tea and Coffee, Alphaville and down the block from a blossoming community garden, residents will experience all of the culture that Bushwick has to offer.
Licensed RE Salesperson
M: (718) 765-3711
P: (862) 823-2674
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (718) 923-8084
P: (718) 938-9688
Condo
PostWar
Built in 2015
5 floors
4 units
5 floors
Cable ready
Common roof deck
Private storage
Hallway Art Installations
Bushwick
Living in Bushwick
As the up-and-coming bohemian hangout of Brooklyn, Bushwick is chock-full of apartments to both rent and buy. The neighborhood is sometimes described as a unique melding of the East Village and Williamsburg, rolled into the industrial setting of northeastern Brooklyn. Former industrial lofts and warehouses have been converted to live/work spaces, as well as artists’ studios. Many of these residences and work spaces in Bushwick still retain details, like expansive spaces and soaring ceilings, found in those old lofts and warehouses.
Subway Lines
Subway number M Subway number J Subway number Z
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number M Myrtle Ave - Cedar St
Subway number J Patchen Ave - Broadway
Subway number Z Broadway - Myrtle Ave