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The Satori
Gowanus, Brooklyn | President Street & Carroll Street
Loft 2 Rooms1 Bed2 BathsCondo

$689,000
Common Charges$262
RE Taxes$172

Listing Features

  • Duplex
  • High Ceilings
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Oversized Windows
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Open Kitchen
  • S Steel Appliances
  • Stall Shower

Outdoor space and views

  • West Exposure

Building Amenities

  • Video Intercom
  • Bike Storage
  • Garage

Policies

  • Pets Allowed
  • Pieds A Terre Ok

Property Description

Welcome to sun drained doble high ceiling condo duplex loft with massive 16 feet tall windows. Apartment has as dedicated sleeping area facing west. Upstairs can be utilized as an: office space, twin bed sleeping area or oversized closet. There is a full bathroom on each level. Large high-end open kitchen with vented stove and stainless-steel appliances, includes Bosch stove, dishwasher, built-in microwave and Fisher and Paykel fridge, cold water filter. Recently renewed hard wood floor. , LG washer and dryer in the unit. The apartment also enjoys Central AC and heat and a visual intercom systemThe Satori Condominium built in 2009, includes three buildings, 346 Bond Street has a boutique feel with only 10 units (2 per floor). Pet friendly building, communal garden space and bike storage Extremely desired Carroll Gardens quiet block, just minutes to the F/G trains.

Listing History

Now
04/29/2022
$689,000
Initial Price by Jordan Pryce Levitt
Douglas Elliman
2022

Building Details

OwnershipCondo
Building TypeLow-Rise
Service LevelVideo Intercom
AgePost-War
AccessWalk-up
Year Built2009
Financing Allowed90%
Floors/Apts4/10
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Transit and Citi Bike

Subway

Carroll St
0.26 miles
Union St
0.4 miles
Smith-9 Sts
0.48 miles
Bergen St
0.49 miles

Citi Bike

Carroll St & Bond St
0.03 miles
Union St & Nevins St
0.14 miles

Building Availability

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Gowanus | Brooklyn

Quick Profile

Gowanus is a colorful neighborhood with an industrial aesthetic, tree-lined streets, historic structures, as well as luxury condos and rental buildings. It has a great art scene, fantastic eateries and bars and a 1.8-mile canal that snakes through most of the neighborhood. The variety of elements make it a desirable place to live.  

The neighborhood is on the crest of a major change due to a recently passed rezoning plan that will allow more residential construction. Especially around the Gowanus Canal where construction was once prohibited. The plan will bring new jobs, affordable housing, and create a neighborhood with walkable green spaces and amenities. It’s safe to say that change is coming to Gowanus.  

Gowanus is bounded by Hoyt Street to the west, 4th Avenue to the east, Warren Street, Baltic Street and Wycoff Street to the north, and Gowanus Expressway to the south.

The neighborhood is named after Gouwane, a chief in the Canarsie Indian tribe. His name, according to the history books, translates to “the sleeper.” Other historic accounts say that the Gowanus name comes from the Dutch word gouwee, which translates to the word bay. Based on early New York History surrounding Dutch settlers and native tribes, both accounts seem plausible. 

Gowanus began development as far back as the 1630s when the Dutch arrived. They began building farms and soon realized the marshy lands they settled were not the best for growing crops and farming. They began damming up certain areas of the land with hopes of creating better soil and powering their windmills. This was the beginning of the formation of the Gowanus canal.

The natural estuary was once brimming with oysters and fish. But in the 1800s, the canal was turned into an industrial and transportation waterway. In the mid 1900’s, industrial factories like manufactured gas plants, paper mills, and other businesses opened along the canal and casually polluted the water. It’s cleanup efforts have come a long way but there is still much work to be done. 

The newly approved Gowanus rezoning plan has caused lots of buzz this year. Mayor Bill DeBlasio's plan will rezone 82 blocks which will pave the way for an estimated 8,500 new apartments, 3,000 of which would be offered to low and moderate-income New Yorkers. The plan includes major improvements to the local infrastructure. Although the rezoning plan might not create a housing boom today or tomorrow, proponents say the rezoning sets the stage for major growth in Gowanus in the decades to come.

The F, G, D, N, R, and W subway lines service the Gowanus neighborhood.

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OLR ID: 659850