Located in an up-and-coming area of Dumbo, many of the apartments enjoy panoramic views of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The building is now over ten years old and since it is a high-rise, which is unique to Dumbo, it stands out from the neighboring properties and does not necessarily provide the quintessential Dumbo feeling buyers may expect.
Sleek and modern, the J Condominium building holds 267 luxuriously appointed apartments. Some of those luxuries include granite countertops and hardwood cabinets in the kitchen, with stainless steel GE Profile appliances. Each unit has its own laundry facility with Asko washers and dryers. Master baths feature soaking tubs and separate showers with Grohe faucets and fixtures. Other special touches include floor-to-ceiling windows, walk-in closets and casement windows with triple-glazed to keep out loud noises and the cold. Many residences also have private terraces or balconies.
The building itself appears as a ship floating across the Brooklyn skyline. Its 33 stories make it the tallest building in the DUMBO neighborhood. Amenities include a full-time doorman, fitness center with yoga room, children’s playroom, on-site garage, roof deck garden and sun terrace, and a bike room. The ground floor houses retail tenants.
Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood is noted for its waterfront views of Manhattan and cultural events, far from the madding crowd of the city. Cobblestone streets, street art, and converted warehouses make up a great deal of the area’s architecture. It’s close to Brooklyn Bridge Park and is host to praise-worthy restaurants like Atrium DUMBO and Luke’s Lobster.