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Overview

Originally constructed during the large immigrant migration to the neighborhood in the early 1900’s, 143 Roebling consists of three contiguous loft buildings that epitomize the singular character of Williamsburg’s historic past.  As a true adaptive reuse of iconic warehouses, 143 Roebling has the opportunity to maintain the neighborhoods gritty, industrial origins while providing a unique environment for luxury living and destination shopping.

The Building
Location
Roughly bound by Division Avenue to the south, the East River to the west, Nassau Avenue to the north and Graham Avenue to the east, Williamsburg is quickly becoming one of the most desired neighborhoods in New York City. Historically an industrial area, Williamsburg has seen incredible gentrification and development over the past decade which was accelerated when The Department of City Planning passed a rezoning of 19 waterfront blocks in 2005, resulting in the development of luxury residential towers and a major demographic shift.
143-153 Roebling St and 11-19 Hope St
Brooklyn, New York 11211
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  • Art + Culture

    With a wide-array of unique dining options, popular parks such as the East River State Park, home to Smorgasburg - a weekend festival with monthly attendance over 10,000 - and McCarren Park and an influx of high-end residential development, Williamsburg has become a highly desirable alternative for young, educated professionals. Critically acclaimed restaurants, retail, art galleries and cultural institutions offer the prestige and convenience supportive of the most luxurious residential living.
  • Neighborhood Development

    Similar to comparable Manhattan neighborhoods such as SoHo in the 1980’s or the Meatpacking District most recently, Williamsburg has seen an influx of capital investment and development that has changed the face of the neighborhood. Driven by robust transportation access and its favored status among New York’s creative class, Williamsburg’s popularity as a residential neighborhood has exploded leading to a surge of new development. Driven by rapidly rising home prices, which have climbed an incredible 76.5% since 2012, over 3,500 residential units have been developed from 2010 to 2015, with an additional 4,400 units under construction or proposed.