A Sun-Drenched Apartment in Brooklyn Asks $2.4M

Perched in DUMBO's Sweeney Building is 1,689 square feet of airy living.

30 Main Street, 9C in Brooklyn, New York, is currently listed for $2,495,000 by Sotheby's International Realty - Downtown Manhattan Brokerage.

This newly renovated Olson Kundig-designed build has a sprawling footprint and designed to maximize living potential. Upon entering the sun-drenched corner unit, you are greeted by a welcoming foyer that leads to the main living space. The quintessential DUMBO loft has a newer construction feel with details like bleached white oak hardwood flooring, 11-foot concrete beamed ceilings, and walls of oversized windows with custom Statuary marble window sills. 

The living and dining area is ideal for entertaining or everyday living and can be arranged in a multitude of ways. The living room is complete with a laser 4K projector with an automatic drop-down, flush-mounted, 140-inch screen with built-in Klipsch surround sound system. 

The open chef’s kitchen features top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances such as a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Thermador oven, Viking cook-top, and KitchenAid dishwasher. There is a designated built-in pantry and an abundance of cabinetry and shelving. Adjacent to the beautiful kitchen island, there is a fitted walk-in pantry with rift-cut white oak shelving. 

The spacious primary bedroom has plenty of room to accommodate a king-sized bed, sitting area, and desk. It also has its very own custom-built George Palumbo walk-in closet and access to the luxurious en-suite bathroom. Spa-quality finishes—like a double-vanity marble countertop, a tucked-away standalone shower, a deep-soaking jacuzzi tub, and large-format subway tiling over original basketweave tile flooring—make up the bathroom. The second and third bedrooms are adequately sized, both with custom George Palumbo wardrobes/dressers and access to a shared den area with an updated full bathroom.

Additional upgrades include a renovated powder room with designer fabric wallpaper and Statuary marble, generously-sized overhead storage in the ceiling, all new electrical fittings with built-in USB charging, GE LED commercial track lighting, and a Miele stackable washer and dryer. 

Originally built as a factory in the early 1900s, The Sweeney Building is now a classic residential loft building with a 24-hour attended lobby, friendly staff, a bike room, a newly-renovated gym, basement storage, and a breathtaking roof deck with sweeping city views. Located in the heart of DUMBO, it's in close proximity to the famed Brooklyn Bridge waterfront park, Jane's Carousel, Empire Stores, award-winning playgrounds, DUMBO Boulders rock climbing, the A/C/F trains, and the water taxi. Celebrated for its architecture, DUMBO features charming cobblestone streets, cozy cafes, restaurants, shops and renowned art galleries.

Listing Details  

Bedrooms: 3

Baths: 2 full, 1 partial 

Year Built: 1908 

Square Footage: 1,689

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Jen Woo
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Founder of Rogue Habits, Jen is usually writing, wandering, or eating; chasing her insatiable lust for noodles, travel, and design.


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