This converted 2 BR, 1 Bath condo features high ceilings with an open floorplan that creates a loft-like feeling. The apartment is sun-filled and airy, with a flexible 1,142 square feet of living space.
Upon entering, you are sure to be impressed by the expansiveness of the home. The open kitchen leads you to a generous great room/dining room area. The great room is graced with a library and includes plenty of space for lounging. Walkthrough a double wall of closets to a full bathroom with simple and elegant black and white subway tile and fixtures.
The living room features over-sized windows in the living and owner’s bedroom overlooking the future greenery of Pacific Park (North facing – Pacific Street). The large owner’s bedroom easily accommodates a king-sized bed. The home office is multi-functional, currently used as a kid’s bedroom, can easily accommodate a queen-sized bed.
Known as NEWSWALK, 535 Dean Street was built in 1927, was once the printing facility for the New York Daily News. Converted in 2002, it is now in the top tier of full-service buildings in Brooklyn. This coveted Prospect Heights address is known for its top-notch staff, serviced by a 24-hour door person, and has a refreshed front landscaped courtyard, upgraded lobby, a massive 15,000 square foot 2-tiered professionally landscaped roof deck, which includes a large wet bar, bathroom, BBQ Grills, picnic tables, Wi-Fi and children’s playground.
Additional amenities include indoor valet parking, Zip cars on-premises, bike storage and a fitness center with state of the art equipment, including a Peloton Bike.
A recent reduction in common charges for all units speaks volumes of this building’s excellent condition and effective property management.
Depending on the particular street, a stroll through Prospect Heights might offer a view of 19th-century brownstones; prewar apartment houses; or ultramodern buildings. Part of the neighborhood belongs to the Prospect Heights Historic District.
The surrounding neighborhood’s cultural crown jewels — the newly coined BAM Cultural District, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the Central Library — are all minutes away. The Barclay Center, home to the Brooklyn Nets and great entertainment year-round, is also within walking distance.
As far as transportation, you are in the hub of it all, near Atlantic center with the LIRR and practically all train lines (2, 3, 4, 5, D, B, Q, N, R, M).