168 Plymouth, the final two historic factories-to-loft conversions in DUMBO, Brooklyn neighborhood, is 80-percent sold and has reached completion of construction. The residential development features 46 homes in four distinct designs, including brick & timber lofts, daylight factory lofts, townhouses, and contemporary penthouses.
168 Plymouth is composed of two structures and two contemporary additions. The Brick and Timber building, completed in 1891, and the adjacent Daylight Factory Building, built 30 years later in 1921, boast different architectural styles and were part of the Masury & Sons Paintworks manufacturing campus at the heart of Brooklyn’s industrial era.
The Brick and Timber Homes feature restored painted brick and exposed wooden beams and columns as well as large windows. The Daylight Factory Homes have exposed concrete beams and columns with huge factory windows. The Townhouses include duplex homes with private entry off Jay Street and permission for home-occupation use.
Penthouses offer private rooftop terraces with gas grills, integrated wine coolers, and oversized windows. These residences boast soaring ceilings, expansive windows, exposed brick and timber, concrete beams, as well as columns.
The residents will enjoy exclusive access to various amenities including a private landscaped cobblestone entry, garden courtyard curated by local landscape architecture studio Future Green, a landscaped common roof terrace, a fitness room designed by La Palestra, bike storage with two spots per home, and storage units and cabanas available for purchase.
The development is located at the corner of Plymouth and Jay streets near Brooklyn Bridge Park.
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