On the Market in New York City
By: Sydney FranklinPublished: 12/31/2020Source: The New York Times
Featuring Lesley Semmelhack, John Hannabach, and Liza Kissel's listing at 28 Old Fulton Street, Brooklyn Heights:
Brooklyn Heights Co-op • $1,479,000 • BROOKLYN • 28 Old Fulton Street, No. 4K
A spacious, recently renovated, two-bedroom, two-bath apartment with hardwood floors, exposed brick, 12-foot ceilings and views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the East River and the Manhattan skyline in a converted turn-of-the-century warehouse.
Lesley Semmelhack, Corcoran, 718-832-4194; corcoran.com
MAINTENANCE $2,005 a month
PROS The high-end renovation remains pristine and includes marble countertops, stainless-steel appliances and double-height cabinets in the kitchen. Six closets provide ample storage. Both bedrooms are large and don’t share a wall. Pets are allowed.
CONS The larger bedroom has more windows and better views than the main living area. Although in-unit washers and dryers are allowed, this apartment doesn’t have them; there is shared laundry on every floor. The bathrooms don’t have windows.
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