Wraparound factory windows drench the interiors of this three-bedroom Brooklyn loft in light while framing views of the DUMBO waterfront.

The 1,733 sq ft Brooklyn loft sits in the corner of the 100-year-old former daylight factory in the waterfront neighbourhood, which undergone an immaculate conversion by Alloy Design alongside the adjacent redbrick 1891 Masury & Sons Paintworks. The firm has tamed the building’s industrial proportions with 12-ft ceilings and wide plank oak flooring running throughout the apartment’s free-flowing layout alongside painted concrete beams and columns.

Three bedrooms fold off the living room and kitchen, as well as two bathrooms – one of which is finished with a Haisa marble mosaic flooring.

Apartment 8C at 168 Plymouth Street occupies the historic building’s old executive floor and is for sale via Sotheby’s International for $3.555m. It comes with a private rooftop cabana with views towards Vinegar Hill and Brooklyn Navy Yard and a gas grill for barbecue season.

Photography: Sotheby’s International Realty
Photography: Sotheby’s International Realty
Photography: Sotheby’s International Realty
Photography: Sotheby’s International Realty

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