Structurally and culturally significant, Ft Greene's most recognizable townhouse delivers an incredible 5,121 square feet of interior space, two gorgeous full-floor lofts, each with ceiling heights over 14', original art deco detail, a comfortable 700 SF, finished sundeck with Fort Greene views, another large living or work space behind a stone-paved, two-car garage with space for additional storage and an enormous cellar with updated mechanicals. Offering income-producing multi-family, two-family + office or single-family potential, the building's solid structure and ceiling heights, typically found in theatrical or industrial settings, support uniquely expansive and flexible design and use possibilities. *Originally a water tower, the building's 25' wide by 77' deep steel frame requires no internal structural support providing a uniquely flexible canvas on all three main levels. The cellar level is equally impressive with 12' ceilings where the high ceilings, walls and joists are a foot and a half thick steel-core concrete and, like the upper levels, no load-bearing requirements to interrupt potential use and flow. The building's history also includes service as a NYC Fire House for Engine 257, designation as a civil defense fallout shelter and was a film production studio to one of Brooklyn's most beloved filmmakers for over twenty years. *Location is key with views of Ft. Greene Park, proximity to 10 train lines including the 2/3, 4/5, G, B/D, Q, and N/R. Atlantic Terminal, Barclay's Center, BAM, BRIC Cultural Arts Center and a long list of restaurants and convenient shopping including Cafe e Vino, Maison Dekalb, Cafe Paulette, Whole Foods, Dekalb Market Hall and an Apple Store are also close by.