Industrial minimalism and Brooklyn modernity coalesce in this sun-splashed Flatbush home, a brand new 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo that maximizes square footage, air, and natural light.
Exposed concrete ceilings complement recessed wall lights, 6-inch Canadian oak floors, and oversized Vistaza UPVC windows with bold black frames. Ductless Dakin A/C units with wall-mounted thermostats offer precision climate control in each room. There is also an Aiphone intercom system and a convenient Wi-Fi enabled LG smart washer/dryer.
The home begins with an open-concept living, dining, and kitchen space saturated with natural light. The living area leads out onto the balcony, while kitchen is equipped with sleek quartz countertops and backsplash, a matte black faucet, custom Italian Grigio soft-close cabinets and drawers, and high-end stainless steel appliances from LG, Beko, Haier, or Samsung.
Both bedrooms are quiet and private thanks to a thoughtful split-wing layout. The primary bedroom can fit a king-size bed and has a deep reach-in closet and pristine en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom has its own closet space and is perfect for use as a home office/guest room. Both bathrooms feature a chic black-and-white design theme and are adorned with a floating vanity and matte black Danze fixtures.
The Newkirk is a stunning new development condominium imagined by Spearhead Architecture & Design. Nestled at the intersection of Flatbush, Ditmas Park, Little Haiti, and Midwood, The Newkirk offers stylish designer homes in bright studio and 1- and 2-bedroom layouts. A contemporary theme that emphasizes bold lines and contrasting colors marks an imposing façade and futuristic interiors. Residents enjoy a private rooftop sun terrace with open city views as well as bicycle storage and on-site parking. The building is close to a variety of restaurants, bars, grocery stores, and shops, many of which draw upon the Caribbean influences that make the area one of the most diverse in the city. Other neighborhood highlights include the legendary Kings Theatre and Brooklyn College. Prospect Park is a short bus, bike, or car ride away. Nearby subway lines include the 2/5/B/Q. Pets are welcome.