Brooklyn has a thing for repurposing its old goods. That’s why Bushwick’s glass factory is now home to 63 trendy, urban apartments. ASH NYC, the development, architecture, and real estate firm for the project, partnered with Martin Lomazow, the former owner of the Dannenhoffer Opalescent Glassworks factory, to create the rental development on Himrod Street.
The property features a dark stucco façade and smoked glass balconies with refurbished brick walls on the interiors of the apartments, and stainless steel appliances for a sleek aesthetic. In addition, a majority of the rental spaces have some type of outdoor space, such as a terrace, balcony, or rear yard.
“In a neighborhood known for its creatively re-imagined industrial spaces and diverse housing stock, we’re excited to offer a rental building that fuses modern and historic design with the services, amenities, and attention to detail associated with today’s best, new developments,” said Ari Heckman, the CEO of ASH NYC, in a statement.
Amenities for the development include a fitness center, indoor bike storage, laundry services, parking garage, and roof deck with barbecue area.