Brooklyn, NY, US
535 Dean Street #211
This 2 BR, 2 Bath condo features 12 ft. high ceilings with an open living space that creates a loft-like feeling. In addition to the over 1,300 square feet of living space, this condo unit features over-sized windows in the living and bedrooms which look out to a 300 sq. ft. private terrace (South facing - Dean Street).
The kitchen area – with stainless steel appliances (new Bosch dishwasher and a double oven) and butcher block center island with granite counter tops, provides the perfect combination of form and function, well suited for a master chef. The open kitchen plan opens to a generous dining/living room area. There is a full bathroom for guests with simple and elegant black and white subway tile and fixtures.
The over-sized Master bedroom easily accommodates a king-sized bed and features a walk-in closet and an en suite bathroom, complete with shower and separate jacuzzi soaking tub. The second bedroom is also large and can easily accommodate a queen or king size bed, also with a walk-in closet.
Known as “NEWSWALK”, 535 Dean Street was built in 1927, was once the printing facility for the New York Daily News. Converted in 2002, it is now in the top tier of full-service buildings in Brooklyn. This coveted Prospect Heights address is known for its top-notch staff, serviced by a 24-hour door person, and has a refreshed front landscaped courtyard, central A/C, upgraded lobby, a massive 20,000 square foot 2-tiered landscaped roof deck – which includes a large wet bar, bathroom, BBQ Grills, picnic tables, and children’s playground.
Additional amenities include indoor valet parking, Zip cars on premises, bike storage and a fitness center with state of the art equipment, including a Peloton Bike.
A recent reduction in common charges for all units speaks volumes of this building’s excellent condition and effective property management. Taxes are low with a J-51 Tax Abatement until June 30, 2021.
As far as the location, you are in the hub of near Atlantic center with the LIRR and all trains (2, 3, 4, 5, D, B, Q, N, R, M) as well as great restaurants and boutique shops on 5th Avenue, Vanderbilt and a 5-minute was to the Barclay Center and BAM.