Renderings: Heavenly via 51jayst.com
Dumbo warehouse conversion 51 Jay Street has put its first polished, post-industrial listings on the market.
The 74-unit development by Slate Property Group and Adam America offers studio to four-bedroom residences, including six penthouses and one townhome with a private entrance on Water Street. Designed by ODA Architecture, the building has a painted steel and glass canopy that hearkens to its industrial past. Each penthouse has its own multi-level private terrace.
Available units are priced from $875,000 for a 664-square-foot studio to $5.15 million for 2,663-square-foot Penthouse F. Floorplan for PHF below (more here):
Interiors feature smoked and wire-brushed oak herringbone pattern flooring, dark stained entry doors (with dark metal level and square rosette detail!), in-unit washer/dryer, individual climate control heating and cooling system, walls of casement windows and terrace doors with high-performance, energy efficient glass. The kitchens have cabinetry by Aster Cucine, marble slab countertops and Gaggenau appliances, while the master bathrooms are fitted with dark brown vanities with copper detailing, walnut brown marble flooring and a glass-enclosed room with walk-in shower and soaking tub.
Amenities include a 24-hour concierge, gym, yoga room, children’s playroom, lounge and rooftop terrace with outdoor kitchen, fireplace and outdoor showers. Steven Yavanian Landscape Architecture crafted the central courtyard. Residents also get bicycle storage, private storage, a pet washing station, common laundry room and off-site condo parking units available for purchase. A 15-year 421a tax abatement is anticipated.
Halstead Property Development Marketing is marketing the building.
The polished concrete lobby, shown below, has touches of lacquered wood, Mezzanote marble and copper, with southwest-facing windows. The steel tracks up top are a visual callback to old trolley tracks.