Brooklyn Heights condo conversion 72 Poplar is on the market.
Originally designed by Beverly King and Harry Walker, the building was constructed in 1912 and served as the NYPD’s 84th Precinct House until the mid-1990s. The Daten Group tapped Freyer Architects to reimagine the pre-war structure, while keeping the brick facade and Florentine palazzo design.
Available units are priced from $2.55 million for a 1,877-square-foot three-bedroom to $3.995 million for a 2,000-square-foot penthouse. Richard Mishaan did the interiors.
Every unit has a different layout, but all residences feature expansive living spaces, oak wood flooring, master bedrooms with walk-in closets, pre-wiring for “smart” home systems and kitchens with Italian cabinetry, Sub-Zero refrigerators, Liebherr wine coolers and Wolf or Thermador gas ranges. The master bathrooms are fitted with soaking tubs, natural imported stone surfaces with Caesarstone tops and Dornbracht fixtures.
Douglas Elliman is handling marketing and sales. Renderings and floorplans below:
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