An absolutely singular home in an architecturally noteworthy full-service building, this 3000 sq ft loft – occupying its own full floor – is expansive in scale and dramatically punctuated by ICONIC NYC skyline, bridge and river VIEWS from every angle, and a private wrap-around terrace that integrates indoor and outdoor living.
With a Tribeca loft aesthetic and Brooklyn Heights pedigree, this trophy property is a showstopper unlike anything you will find in the Heights.
Natural light bursts through its 30 oversized tilt-turn windows. The space was designed by noted architect Henry Smith-Miller, whose signature use of concrete, plywood, and Venetian white plaster walls and ceilings make this a contemporary gem that has been highlighted in several design articles, including in the NYTimes.
Accessed by three private-keyed elevators, it is currently configured as a 3 bedroom, with separate den and two study areas offering additional layout flexibility.
This home offers a sweeping entertaining space with a 35 ft open living/dining room and an impressive steel-walled 30 ft entrance gallery, both ideally suited for displaying works of art. Among the picture-perfect views are vistas that stretch across Brooklyn Bridge Park and the harbor to the Statue of Liberty, lower Manhattan, Governors Island and beyond.
An industrial nod can be found in the expansive all stainless steel eat-in-kitchen with a Viking stove, Bosch dishwasher, and separate full-size Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer.
The private and panoramic outdoor space is highlighted by 2 terraces – each approximately 18' × 7' – that are a dream for both personal enjoyment and entertaining with a backdrop of
The primary en-suite bedroom wraps around 2 exposures of the building and has a glass and concrete bath with four windows, double sinks, a walk-in shower and separate soaking tub as well as a separate office area and copious amounts of storage from its walk-in closet and built-in dressers. Two of the three bedrooms have been designed as convertible sitting rooms. There is a separate den/media room and an additional 2 full baths, both outfitted with white classic subway tiles. Notable additions include an in-unit laundry room and split a/c units throughout. The storage space rivals that of a townhouse with multiple walk-ins and storage closets as well as an additional 140 SF of private basement storage.
With its truly a one-of-a-kind skyscraper design located near all the services and transportation, 75 Livingston, designed by Abraham Simberg in 1928, is a full-service landmarked coop offering 24/7 doorman, live-in super and porters.
Just minutes from popular 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park, Sahadi's, Trader Joe's, and a wealth of local shops and restaurants, as well as the 2/3/4/5/F/G/A/C/R trains and ferry, the building is pet friendly, too.