Asking Price $1,250,000
4 Rooms · 2 bed · 2 bath · 1,016 SQ FT
Originally designed by McKim, Mead & White circa 1925, this iconic Brooklyn landmark was converted into a superb luxury condominium in 2007. Formerly the New York City Board of Education headquarters, this handsome limestone Beaux-Arts style building now features the 299 beautifully crafted residences of 110 Livingston Street.
This split two-bedroom, two-bath Penthouse boasts 11’ ceilings and approx. 450 square feet of private landscaped roof deck with stunning open views. Sun-flooded with southern exposure from 4 over-sized windows, this approx. 1,016-square foot loft features views of the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty from every room. The open plan living/dining room with chef’s kitchen is ideally suited for entertaining and enjoys top-of-line Sub-Zero, Bosch, Thermador and Viking stainless steel appliances. The master bedroom offers a large walk-in closet with custom built-ins and spa-like en-suite bath with Jacuzzi soaking tub; secondary bedroom and separate bath complete this versatile home.
With high ceilings, bamboo flooring, central air conditioning and Bosch washer/dryer, 110 Livingston Street marries the inimitable charm of a bygone era with every modern convenience. Centrally located at the crossroads of Downtown Brooklyn and Brooklyn Heights, this full-service condominium is steps from the Promenade, Brooklyn Academy of Music, fine shops, restaurants and express transportation. Amenities include full-time doorman, state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor roof decks and garage. J-51 tax abatement in place through 2028, pets allowed.