Luxurious Landmark Living in Prime Greenpoint. Welcome to 1080 Lorimer, a Coveted Luxury Condominium That Reimagines an Early-20th-century Icon for Refined 21st-century Living.
A former savings bank designed by Helmle & Huberty, the building retains its imposing neoclassical façade and shingled dome while creating light and airy interiors that exude modern sophistication and elegance. There are 29 units offered in spacious 1- to 3-bedroom layouts, including an exclusive penthouse collection composed of 4 sublime homes. Residents also enjoy thoughtful amenities and a prime Greenpoint address with easy access to local eateries, shops, and green spaces.
Each home features an open-concept layout designed to maximize space and natural light. Beautiful 5-inch-wide European oak floors complement high ceilings, gallery-style walls, and double-paned thermally-broken steel casement windows. Kitchens are tasteful and sleek, equipped with Atlantic gray marble waterfall islands/peninsulas, Cambria countertops, and backsplashes, custom cabinets with matte black pulls, Pablo pendant lighting, Hansgrohe fixtures, and fully integrated bosch appliances. Bathrooms have porcelain tiles, Kraus sinks, lithology lighting, robern medicine cabinets, waterworks fixtures, and Toto toilets. All units have central heating and cooling and a bosch washer/dryer, and several come with private outdoor space.1080 Lorimer is nestled in the heart of Greenpoint at the intersection of Cayler Street, Lorimer Street, and Manhattan Avenue. It is moments from dozens of trendy restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops, and it is close to McCarren Park, Williamsburg, Bushwick Inlet Park, and Marsha P. Johnson State Park.
Amenities include a fitness center, private lounge, virtual doorman system, package room, bicycle room, and landscaped courtyard with several seating areas and a grilling station. Public transportation options include the NYC ferry and the G Subway line. Private storage is subject to availability and fees. Pets are welcome.
Virtual Doorman System
Brooklyn’s northernmost neighborhood, Greenpoint is a quiet, oftentimes overlooked residential area that once served as an encampment for the British Army during the American Revolution. Its waterfront boasts stunning views of the East River and the Manhattan Skyline, and an influx of development has added boutique and high-rise condominium buildings to traditional townhouses and apartment buildings.