Former Brooklyn Shoe Polish Factory Turned Into a Condo Lists for $4.68M
If you’ve ever been to Williamsburg, you know the neighborhood is bursting with charm, creativity, and a rich industrial past. Now a bustling contemporary art scene, you live in heart of the area in this sophisticated condo at 330 Wythe Avenue, which recently landed on the market.
Located in South Williamsburg on the third floor of what was formerly the Esquire Shoe Polish Factory, this beautiful condo recognizes its industrial roots and utilizes them in its design. The gorgeous duplex loft has an open floor plan and boasts panoramic views of the Brooklyn waterfront and Manhattan Skyline.
Exposed brick accent walls and wood beamed ceilings decorate the loft, and nearly floor-to-ceiling windows and a fresh coat of white paint allow plenty of natural light to shine through.
In addition to the roomy living area, the condo has a full chef’s kitchen, adorned with stainless steel appliances curated by the architect/owner as well as a dining area with generous space for entertaining.
A stunning master suite outfitted with smart storage spaces, three additional bedrooms, a home office and two-full bathrooms complete the sophisticated and stylish space.
Amenities include central AC and geothermal heat, private laundry, a gas fire place, and a sunset-facing balcony. A rooftop terrace complete with garden plots and a composting center are meant to enrich the lifestyle of the building’s residents.
The Esquire is one of the last true industrial lofts in the area and is located in close proximity to ample dining and entertainment, and also the L and JMZ trains, a ferry to Manhattan, and the Domino Park waterfront.
Nadine Adamson and Kelsey Hall of Brown Harris Stevens share the listing.