Introducing the 940 Fulton Street Lofts FHA & FNMA Pending with as low as 3.5% Down Payment - why are you still renting? Featured in New York Times: The Appraisal: Getting a Lived-In Look That Will Look the Way a Buyer Wants to Live Published: July 4, 2011 Built in the early 1900s and beautifully restored in 2011, the 940 Fulton Street Lofts pair original historic details with new vintage style... [more]
Introducing the 940 Fulton Street Lofts FHA & FNMA Pending with as low as 3.5% Down Payment - why are you still renting? Featured in New York Times: The Appraisal: Getting a Lived-In Look That Will Look the Way a Buyer Wants to Live Published: July 4, 2011 Built in the early 1900s and beautifully restored in 2011, the 940 Fulton Street Lofts pair original historic details with new vintage style finishes to offer you a uniquely lux-rustic lifestyle. Every element within these loft residences has been crafted to recapture the past. From the perfectly restored brownstone façade and recreated vintage storefronts outside to the Edison light bulbs and brass fixtures inside. While all the lofts share vintage detailing, no two are exactly alike. Elements like exposed brickwork, restored wood beams and columns vary from residence to residence with one loft featuring a restored hand-painted billboard across its living area brickwork. High ceilings and 12’ pine plank hardwood flooring evokes turn-of-the-century warehousing while the now decorative brick fireplaces instill a feeling of home. Incredible craftsmanship is on tap in the kitchens at the 940 Fulton Street Lofts. Details include reclaimed wood joist shelving, distressed wooden cabinetry and dark quartz countertops that enclose a grand farmhouse sink. The sleek stainless steel appliances add a touch of modern industrial flare. The bathrooms feature period details like penny-tile flooring, crackled wall subway tile and a porcelain pedestal sink with dark bronze fixtures. The historic nature of your home here is juxtaposed by the hip and happening culture of surrounding Clinton Hill. On nearby Washington and Vanderbilt Avenues you’ll find new restaurants and boutiques popping up on a daily basis as the next wave of Brooklyn creative pioneers brings their vision to this part of the borough. The A, C lines to Manhattan are just two blocks away at Franklin Avenue. For more information, please visit us online at 940fulton.com. This is not an offering. The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the sponsor 940 Fulton LLC CD# 11-0032.
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