This Former Soap Factory Now Offers Amazing Apartments

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With cobblestone streets, trendy shops, great new restaurants, and riverfront views, the neighborhood is continuing to grow upward.

One of the area’s latest listings to hit the market is 37 Bridge Street, the former factory making soap has been since transformed into the Kirkman Lofts, overlooking the Manhattan skyline while still having enough space to not keep confined. Casement windows embedded in slate window sills make these homes a picture perfect space to relax and enjoy the wonder of the city at night. The space also features a large foyer, living room, and dining room and makes the most of New York’s most precious commodity: space.


This two bedroom two bathroom recently hit the market courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens’ Terry Naini. Coming in at $1.7 million, it’s surely not going to be around long. For all those looking for the laid back Brooklyn Life, without having to fret all winter over the imminent shut down of the L train in Williamsburg, DUMBO may prove to be your saving grace, with easy access to the city with the perfect blend of luxury amenities and relaxed settings.



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