28 Old Fulton Street
Brooklyn, New York, United States

Amenities

Doorman.

Appliances

Dryer.

Description

Welcome to the famed Eagle Warehouse, one of Brooklyn Height’s most historic and premier loft buildings bordering Dumbo. Residence 4F is an authentic loft with soaring 12’6” ceilings and sought after prewar details. The 30’ x 18’ great room with floor to ceiling built-in bookshelves is open and spacious allowing for a variety of seating options. Just off of the great room through french doors, a separate library and media room is a perfect space for Netflix and chill. Beautiful hardwood floors, an exposed column and huge windows with bridge and city views emphasize prewar charm. Currently configured with three distinct sleeping areas, a library, and large eat-in kitchen, many floorplan layouts are possible. The newly-remodeled kitchen has stainless appliances, granite countertops and abundant cabinetry. Both the kitchen and bathroom have Ann Sacks travertine tile floors and Kohler fixtures. Please note washer and dryers are allowed with board approval.

28 Old Fulton Street is a pet friendly elevator co-op. The landmarked site was originally home to the Brooklyn Eagle newspaper, edited by Walt Whitman, and was later purchased by the Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company. Occupying a prime footprint in DUMBO, the building was converted to an 84-unit cooperative in 1980. Amenities include a newly renovated lobby, doorman from 8AM to midnight, live-in superintendent, fitness center, storage lockers for rent, bike room, and laundry on each floor. Zoned for the highly regarded PS8 elementary and middle school (K-8).

This sought after coop is moments from the vibrant Brooklyn Bridge Park with 85 beautifully landscaped acres stretching 1.3 miles along the water, provides soccer, lacrosse fields, basketball and volleyball, handball, ping-pong and bocce courts, roller skating, playgrounds, lawns, picnic areas, running & bicycle paths, kayaking, sailing, a boat marina, a pop-up pool and children’s rock pool in season, summer programming of children’s activities, movies, concerts (all FREE), and two ferry docks connecting Brooklyn waterfront and Manhattan. Other neighborhood highlights include the Empire Stores with the new SoHo House, Smile to Go, Shinola, hot spot Cecconi’s, and the stunning 1 Hotel. Residents enjoy convenient access to A/C, 1/2/3 and F trains.,Welcome to the famed Eagle Warehouse, one of Brooklyn Height’s most historic and premier loft buildings bordering Dumbo. Residence 4F is an authentic loft with soaring 12’6” ceilings and sought after prewar details. The 30’ x 18’ great room with floor to ceiling built-in bookshelves is open and spacious allowing for a variety of seating options. Just off of the great room through french doors, a separate library and media room is a perfect space for Netflix and chill. Beautiful hardwood floors, an exposed column and huge windows with bridge and city views emphasize prewar charm. Currently configured with three distinct sleeping areas, a library, and large eat-in kitchen, many floorplan layouts are possible. The newly-remodeled kitchen has stainless appliances, granite countertops and abundant cabinetry. Both the kitchen and bathroom have Ann Sacks travertine tile floors and Kohler fixtures. Please note washer and dryers are allowed with board approval.

28 Old Fulton Street is a pet friendly elevator co-op. The landmarked site was originally home to the Brooklyn Eagle newspaper, edited by Walt Whitman, and was later purchased by the Eagle Warehouse & Storage Company. Occupying a prime footprint in DUMBO, the building was converted to an 84-unit cooperative in 1980. Amenities include a newly renovated lobby, doorman from 8AM to midnight, live-in superintendent, fitness center, storage lockers for rent, bike room, and laundry on each floor. Zoned for the highly regarded PS8 elementary and middle school (K-8).

This sought after coop is moments from the vibrant Brooklyn Bridge Park with 85 beautifully landscaped acres stretching 1.3 miles along the water, provides soccer, lacrosse fields, basketball and volleyball, handball, ping-pong and bocce courts, roller skating, playgrounds, lawns, picnic areas, running & bicycle paths, kayaking, sailing, a boat marina, a pop-up pool and children’s rock pool in season, summer programming of children’s activities, movies, concerts (all FREE), and two ferry docks connecting Brooklyn waterfront and Manhattan. Other neighborhood highlights include the Empire Stores with the new SoHo House, Smile to Go, Shinola, hot spot Cecconi’s, and the stunning 1 Hotel. Residents enjoy convenient access to A/C, 1/2/3 and F trains.

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