Located in Dumbo’s most anticipated brand new luxury rental you will find expansive outdoor space and high ceilings are only a few of the many features of this very special 2 bedroom 2 Bath home. Here you will find antique style wood flooring throughout, a state of the art kitchen with stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone counter-tops, sleek, hi-gloss cabinetry with ample storage. The open kitchen features a dining island, open to your living and dining area and is perfect for cooking and entertaining. European style bath with glass enclosed over-sized shower and this home has its own Bosch washer-dryer. Here you will have all the conveniences of luxury living and then some! This beautiful home is a perfect share option as it provides ample space and comfort for roommates.
*advertised price is a net effect rent including 1 month free on a 13 month lease
Sitting on the boundary of DUMBO’s Historic Landmark District, 181 Front Street is a luxury rental building with a design aesthetic that is sensitive to its surroundings, while at the same time offering modern living conveniences. It is a thoughtfully-detailed, brick building with brand new residences boasting modern interiors. Light-filled homes feature stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone countertop and backsplash, antique oak flooring, and a washer and dryer. Select homes feature private outdoor space and many afford open views framing the Manhattan skyline, East River, Manhattan Bridge, and Downtown Brooklyn.
An antidote to the glass-box approach to new luxury residential development, 181 Front is designed to be harmonious with its environment while offering every modern convenience. The building boasts private outdoor spaces and a large communal rooftop terrace featuring panoramic views of Manhattan and the East River. Additional amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, on-site parking, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, and bicycle and stroller storage. It is conveniently located just one block from the F train.
DUMBO is a neighborhood with a purpose. In the 19th and early-mid 20th centuries it was a hub of manufacturing and commerce, and in the aftermath of the working Brooklyn waterfront its transformation has been equally decisive and intentional. The cobblestone streets remain, but in the last decade the neighborhood has grown and matured, and the area around Front Street is now a hub for dining, galleries and shopping. DUMBO has become a home for New York’s technology sector, as well as artists and start-ups of all genres. New additions include the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, Empire Stores, and Equinox alongside neighborhood staples The River Café, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria and Forager’s Market. Balanced on Brooklyn’s history and its future, 181 Front Street represents the spirit of innovation and invention that is classically DUMBO.