590 6TH ST, 1R
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The 590 6th Street Condominium reimagines Park Slope townhouse living with eight elegantly constructed floor-through homes. Apartment 1R offers three exposures, private backyard space, and private storage. Thoughtfully selected finishes and fixtures from Scavolini, Liebherr, Viking, Hansgrohe, and Duravit complement this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom duplex with full floor rec room. Ten-foot ceilings and chevron white oak wood flooring accentuate this newly built home. Built in 1904 as an apartment house, the swell-front bay limestone facade of the building has been restored to its original glory. 590 6th Street is a rare opportunity to purchase a home steeped in history with all the luxury and convenience of modern life.
Park Slope is an urban oasis that combines access to nature, culture, cuisine and shopping like no other neighborhood in New York City. Located less than a block away, Prospect Park is a treasured destination citywide. From rolling meadows to hidden forests, this 600-acre Frederick Law Olmstead designed park could be your backyard. Culture excites year-round in Park Slope. Enjoy the Celebrate Brooklyn concert series in the summer, a cozy fall day at The Brooklyn Library, cherry blossoms in the spring at The Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, and The Brooklyn Museum any day. Experience some of the city's best dining at Stone Park Cafe, Al di La, SottoVoce, and Olmsted to name a few. The farmers market at Grand Army Plaza on Saturdays will satisfy the most discerning culinarians. Boutique shopping, bakeries, and wellness services abound. Easy access to transportation and surrounding neighborhoods.
The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from Sponsor: SSEN1 LLC 443 E 4th St Brooklyn, NY 11218. File No. CD21-0347. Sponsor makes no representations or warranties except as may be set forth in the Offering Plan.
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