25AB is a stunning, full-floor apartment that embodies the very best New York City has to offer. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a sprawling great hall of a living and dining room come together in this once-in-a-lifetime home. Perched high above Brooklyn Heights, this renovated, combination unit sports over 2,500 square feet of unparalleled entertaining space and a 360 degree view spanning four boroughs and two states. Morning begins with scenes from New York Harbor and the Verrazano Bridge in the south-facing master bedroom, followed by coffee in the living room across the Lower Manhattan skyline. The evening sun sets below the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island as waves break across the bows of ships returning to port.
Floors of stone and stripped dark oak run throughout the apartment. The south-facing master bedroom offers over 550 square feet of space, with the option to add a separate nook for reading or media. The master bedroom is also accompanied by a walk-in closet and an en suite bathroom, the latter of which features 2 sinks, carved stone, and a walk-in marble shower with a private view of New York Bay. To the west, the second bedroom boasts western and southern views, a dressing area, and another en suite bathroom with a walk-in shower. The third bedroom faces east, and can easily be converted to an office, library, or home theater. Across the foyer and main entrance, a third bathroom for guests is equipped with a bathtub, stone tiles, and a vessel sink vanity. A secondary entrance allows private egress between the master and second bedroom. The pass-through kitchen features a Viking fridge, Jenn-Air oven, GE Profile microwave, Bosch dishwasher, Csarstone countertops, and an LG wine cooler. Rounding out the apartment, the utility room is furnished with kitchen cabinets and a washer/dryer. 25AB also comes with two large basement storage rooms with a combined space of 1,950 cubic feet.
75 Livingston Street is an icon of Art Deco architecture from pre-war Brooklyn. Designed in 1926 by Abraham J. Simberg and known historically as the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Building or the Wedding Cake Building, 75 Livingston was used as an office building prior to its conversion to co-op in 1981. Today, it is part of the Borough Hall Skyscraper District. Residents are serviced by a full-time doorman, live-in super, central laundry and bike storage. Multiple subway lines (A, C, F, R, G, 2, 3, 4 and 5) are all a short walk away, along with major retail and shopping outlets such as Trader Js and Barnes & Noble. Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park, DUMBO and Cobble Hill are also within walking distance.