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Sprawling Condos Debut at Dumbo's Former Brillo Factory

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Name/Address: 200 Water Street
Developer: Megalith Capital Management and Urban Realty Partners
Architect: Aufgang Architects
Interiors: Gil Even-Tsur
Size: 15 units
Prices: current availability from $2.8 million
Sales and Marketing: Halstead Property Development Marketing

A former Brillo factory in Dumbo which later served as part of the Jehova's Wittness real estate empire has been reborn as—what else—condos. The old factory building at 200 Water Street between Bridge and Jay streets was reimagined by Aufgang Architects and Gil Even-Tsur, who endowed the rather large condos with finishes like radiant heated Siberian white oak flooring, Montclair Denby marble kitchen countertops, Hansgrohe bathroom fixtures, and etched glass master bedroom doors—some apartments even have walk-in pantries, laundry rooms, and sliding walls that help light infiltrate every corner of the apartments. No wonder the condos are asking from $2.8 million. But the pricetags are no match for the condos' demand: listings became available to the public this morning, and only three apartments in the building are currently up for grabs. Five of them, including the $3.45 million Penthouse B and $3.6 million Garden B, are already in contract.

· Listings: 200 Water Street [Halstead via StreetEasy]
· First Look at the $2.3 Million-Plus Condos In Dumbo's Brillo Factory [Curbed]
· All 200 Water Street coverage [Curbed]
· Development Du Jour archives [Curbed]