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Set back and inconspicuous from the street (Dean St.), this South facing condominium is bright and airy, with a flexible 1,158 square feet of living space. The 200 sq. ft. private terrace provides calm and quiet with a view overlooking a Zen-inspired garden setting. As you walk in, you are sure to be impressed by the soaring 13' ceilings and the open floor plan. The maple hardwood floors, rustic entry door, oversized windows, and the exposed ducts from the central air conditioner provide an industrial yet modern feel.
A large open kitchen with a granite island countertop, and space for stools, inspires entertaining. A wine fridge will also fit under the island. The continued open, clean line into the living area provides plenty of space for lounging, dining, and living room areas.
The huge primary bedroom is large enough for a king-sized bed, with plenty of room to add a separate work or reading area. This primary bedroom can be considered suitable to divide into another room, highlighting the space's flexibility. With an additional home office/ guest room, this apartment can fill your needs for many years to come.
Known as NEWSWALK, 535 Dean Street, originally 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, refreshed front landscaped front courtyard, upgraded lobby, a massive 16,000 square foot 2-tiered professionally landscaped roof deck, which includes a large wet bar, bathroom, BBQ Grills, picnic tables, lounge chairs, 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.
The modest common charges speak volumes of this building's excellent condition and effective property management. Note that the common charges include heating and water costs for the residence.
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).