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Today's Featured Building: Bridge No. 50

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Originally used as a warehouse and constructed in 1904, Bridge No. 50 was converted in 2004 and now offers 58 true loft residential condominium units. The residences found in the historic building are all uniquely designed and feature large open spaces with exposed beams and high ceiling of 10 to 16 feet. Some of the units are multi-leveled with loft spaces and large terraces.

Exterior of Bridge No. 50

These raw spaces allowed the owners in the building to design their own spaces, making for a completely unique residential building. The building offers a common rooftop deck with Manhattan and water views. Other amenities in the building include a concierge and common laundry area, as well as the J51 Tax abatement until year 2019, which is a property tax exemption and abatement for renovating a residential apartment building.

The area of Dumbo is one of Brooklyn's most sought-after neighborhoods near the Manhattan Bridge. Bridge No. 50 is located on the East side of Dumbo nearing Vinegar Hill, which is situated at the shoreline of Wallabout Bay. Cobbled streets, small shops, and waterfront views are all part of Dumbo's charm.

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