Mylo House New House To Call Home
Our 1B layout was recently featured in the New York Times. This duplex home features a ton of outdoor space including a HUGE private garden space and a deck terrace plus 1,565 SF of interior space. The layout features one true bedroom plus 3 bonus rooms that can function as bedrooms or home offices, two options for living room spaces or dining areas, and 2 total bathrooms. In addition to the main living space, there is an additional BONUS Studio that is attached to the unit through the private garden with it's own bathroom.
The newly designed custom eat-in kitchen features stainless steel Bosch and Miele appliances, Calcutta quartz counter-tops, custom white shaker cabinetry and a herringbone glass back splash. The home features a Nest Thermostat temperature control system and Bosch Washer and Dryers for convenience and comfort. The bathrooms feature gorgeous floor-to-ceiling tiles, soaking tubs and rainfall shower heads.
Located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn just a few blocks from the lush McGolrick Park, Mylo House is a new boutique condominium that spreads 21 gorgeous residences across three contiguous buildings. Mylo House blends a contemporary sthetic while drawing inspiration from the neighborhoods industrial past. The result is an eclectic collection of incredibly unique homes, including Studio,1-bedroom and 2-bedroom loft-like duplex homes.
Features include abundant light, high ceilings, massive windows, hardwood floors, and an in-home Bosch washer/dryer. Sublime kitchens include white shaker cabinets, Calcutta quartz countertops, Nest thermostats and a suite of high-end stainless-steel appliances from Miele and Bosch. Most homes include private outdoor space, and some, including the common roof terrace have sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline.
Living The Green Life
Cradled by the East River and Newton Creek, Greenpoint is Brooklyns northernmost neighborhood. Situated directly adjacent to vibrant Williamsburg, Greenpoint is an authentic Brooklyn neighborhood that has recently experienced an influx of creative, youthful professionals drawn to its tranquil tree-lined streets, open green spaces like McGolrick Park and breathtaking views of Manhattan.
Originally farmland, in fact, many of the farm owners family names like Meserole and Calyer, still name the streets, the residential core of Greenpoint was built on parcels divided during the 19th century, with rope factories and lumber yards lining the East River to the west. The northeastern section through East Williamsburg became a busy industrial maritime reach.
Mylo House is conveniently located nearby the G subway line at Nassau Avenue, various L train stops and just over the Pulaski Bridge one can catch the 7 train direct to midtown. The building(s) are also across the street from the B48 bus line, and have easy access to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway and the LIE. Just a few blocks away on the lower Nassau Avenue retail corridor are several grocery stores, and many restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops.
This is not an offering. The complete offering terms are available in an offering plan from the sponsor, File No. CD17-0312.